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Good climb with the start being the crux. Climbs a variety of sizes in cracks in twin corners.
Left of Sudden Impact, there is one new route inbetween the two. Cracks in twin corners.
A little bit of everything with a few gold Camalots.
|By Brian Scoggins|
From: Eugene, OR
Mar 23, 2008
Bring big stuff (like #4.5 camalot) or lots of small stuff, or be prepared to run it out. There are maybe 3 spots you can get a good gold camalot. Lots of .5, .75, and 1 camalots through a weird chimney and a small, easy roof.
|By Phill T|
May 3, 2010
a .5 protects the opening moves well, then it goes thin hands (red/green), then tapers down to .5 and .4 again before you can get a good gold in below the roof. Pull the roof on perfect hands and fire for the chains! You definitely dont need anything big, but you COULD put in a 4 or a 5 if you really wanted to lug it up.