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Fine crack climb with plenty of face holds if you need them. There's a thin fin in a crack that's hollow, which probably should be left alone. Top out is very rocky, so beware so that you don't rain rocks down on those below. Build a gear anchor. Easy scramble off to climber's left.
Located about 12 feet right of critter crack. Start at the lower of the two trees. Just above Crusher Critter.
Standard Seneca rack
From: Herndon, Virginia
Oct 20, 2014
rating: 5.7+ 5a 15 V+ 13 MVS 4b
The guidebook (Tony Barnes 2006) gives it a 5.7+. I don't recommend this climb for a budding 5.7 trad leader who is unfamiliar with finger crack climbing. There is a way to escape the crux by moving left to another crack - more licheny and called Old Man's Escape variation.