|Type: ||Trad, TR, 1 pitch, 80'|
|FA: ||Gillett & Gillett '87|
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|Submitted By: ||Peter Gram on Aug 24, 2003|
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Dextrous Digits climbs up difficult insipient finger cracks directly below the rappel on the summit of the Pear. A good option to extend the day after doing a route to the top of this formation. It is possible to throw a TR on this because it is only a half rope length.
TR after topping out on the Pear. Otherwise, bring small to medium gear.
|Comments on Dextrous Digits
|By Leo Paik|
From: Westminster, Colorado
Sep 16, 2004
Ok, tried to do these discontinuous finger cracks below the anchor but all these squared-off, chalked-up, face holds kept distracting me. There is a short traverse L and then another R to the wider-flare to the R of the bolts.... What route/variation is that?