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BETA PHOTO: Dreamscape
Do not miss this beautiful finger crack! The route begins with tips and gradually moves into larger fingers. The business comes early, however, it is easily protected with a nut.
First finger crack left of Chemistry slab
Gear to one inch
|By mark d|
Oct 13, 2006
this climb is to the right of chemistry slab not the left.
this is my second favorite crack at carver. short and powerful.
|By Wolfgang Braun|
From: Beavercreek, Oregon
Oct 15, 2008
Perfect finger locks the whole way. Seemed cruxy trying to keep my feet on the wall.
|By another Chad|
Aug 29, 2011
I think it was McGown that got the FFA (ground up) on this one, not Lyon.