Please stop putting the dreaded ";X";, ";Bees"; or ";Snake"; on the rock faces. Stop putting tick marks on the rock unless you are going to brush them off when you are done on the route. This goes against the ethic of the area and in the eyes of the locals is the same as graffiti. Rock climbing is an outdoor sport and guess what lives outdoors? That's right, bees, wasps, snakes, and even bears! We all know they exist, no reason to write it on the walls.
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This route starts with some semi-strenuous moves through a bulge, followed by a couple nice moves on slopey features. Once through this section move left toward some large jigsaw plates. Enjoy long reaches and lie back moves until you encounter a final horizontal ledge. Rest at the ledge and then get ready to ramp up the intensity for the last three bolts of climbing. Be prepared for some aggressive moves through crimps, sidepulls and slopers. If you're carrying a pump the anchor clip can be hard so be sure to maintain focus until the end.
'Finders Keepers' is on the right side of the cirque. It can be identified by its eye catching right facing flake system.