On the north wall. Hike right around the corner to where a few routes are clustered next to each other. This is probably the best warm up for most people. The crack is offset, splitter and leans left for the first 2/3 of the route. Primarily hands and thin hands takes you to the anchor.
Apparently, Town and Country are the two routes that share anchors here.
Town left, and Country right, the latter being the easier of the two.
A 2" piece and several red and gold camalots. #3 friends also work on the middle portion of the crack.
Unnammed .10+ on the left and .10- on the right.
Josh Holmes Unnammed .10-
|By Ryan Deppen|
Sep 28, 2004
rating: 5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- E2 5b
Nice route, great if you want to break in to the #1 camalot size, this section is short and steep. Can toprope the 10d to the left which is really fun, lots of good fingerlocks and smaller sizes for those wanting to work the tighter stuff. Morning shade/ mid afternoon shade.
Jun 13, 2007
This was a tough love crack for me. I have big hands and found it difficult and challenging. The route demands to spit you out and make you work for the jams. I agree with the previous post and this is a great route if you want to work the #1 camelot size, just dont expect it to be easy if you have big paws
|By Michael Schneiter|
From: Glenwood Springs, CO
Nov 3, 2008
Supposedly this is called Country.
Mar 19, 2013
I felt this was significantly harder than Linkage (a few routes right), which was a fairly standard .10.