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Kate jamming away on Flake-O-Saurus at the Jurassi...
The lovely, but short, flake just to the left of the pile of boulders below Get Up That Tree. Starts as a great overhanging hand crack, which morphs into a slightly overhanging off-width, and finishes as a hard, steep, weird, slab climb.
Top-roping it is easy, so throw a rope on it and see what you can do!
Thin (0.5) to Thick (5.0), or just TR it.
By Mark Calder
From: Fort Collins, CO
Aug 12, 2008
If you are thinking of a toprope as well, Kate and I used a very long cordalette to sling a huge boulder on the left and chucked in a cam or two for backup. Set a directional in the top of the arching crack to compensate for the off-center anchor.
I loved the overhanging crack. I was feeling very powerful until the delicate slab moves tricked me into several falls. That top-out would make this a very brave lead in my book.
By Jason Funk
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Oct 2, 2008
Sure this looks intimidating and is easy to setup a top rope on, but don't let that keep you from leading it- The gear is really good and only a few feet below you when topping out. Just figure out the beta for the finish prior to starting up this one.