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Jesse sinkin' the jams.
Start off with two hand cracks, then start cranking up steep hand jams till you surmount a bulge. Then it turns into loose fingers and ledges. It is a great climb that takes some endurance.
Camalots. #3s (4-5), #2 (2-3), #1 (2), some small cams.
|By Matthew Seymour|
From: 1996 Dodge Van, USA
Jan 19, 2007
A block at the bottom of this route appears to have broken off this winter. This doesn't change the route grade or quality, but it is different now.
|By BJ Sbarra|
From: Carbondale, CO
Dec 11, 2008
This otherwise excellent climb is marred by a lot of hollow sounding rock down low and anchors that are 20' too high. Why not put them where the good rock stops? That crumbly, broken crap getting to the anchors is completely uncalled for!
Apr 18, 2011
Would be a solid 3 star route if the anchors were lower. The top portion kills a star (at least). Bjornstadt's book calls it 140 feet, but we had a pile of rope left over with a single 70m. The crack has interesting architecture that makes it not a straight plug 'n' chug deal at times.