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The climb starts on the far right of the roof. Ha...
Kinda silly but kinda cool, Finagle is a guilty pleasure, like 'Slow Ride'.
Yard along the lip of the big roof on jugs until you can pull up and get a stance. Climb a short crack until it fades, and then step left to the arete across a scoop. Finish up in excellent position on the arete to a ledge with a little pine and some new ringbolts, or cruise to the top to milk it a while longer. Bitchen!
Look for a big, low roof left of a perfect orange corner, with a bent pine at the start.
Smaller. Long runners.
Up on the face. (Paul Barnes' photo. )
Above the thuggish part. Smooth saling.
|By Nick Stayner|
From: The Magic City
Mar 5, 2007
The moves at the bottom are great. The route goes downhill from there...
|By Greg Kuchyt|
Mar 21, 2011
If you don't step left to the arete and instead follow the crack system, you get a very interesting (thin) climb. I was told this is the "direct" variation and goes at 5.9+-5.10.
From: Decatur, GA
May 14, 2011
Pretty sure the variation you're referring to is called My Lost China Doll in the Dixie Cragger's Atlas. It's not included in the new Robinson guide.