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The good part of this climb is the upper part. The bad part is all the loose rock, fuzzy moss, and big hike. The crux is near the top. Part of the crux is picking a route to the upper section that is fun and not too loose. Mostly I convinced Steve to do it because we were there and the crack was there, so why not? I am not sure I would do it again, but that's the way it goes some times.
This is a funny little crack up hill from most of Continental Crag. It is about 100 ft up from On-Slot. Start behind the lower of two trees. The trees will block your view of the crack. You can see the crack from the top of On-Slot. Climb to the right of the first tree go to the next tree climb right of the tree again. Now the fun starts Climb any of the cracks above the to get to the top. To get down walk over to the descent of On-Slot.
Take a standard Eldo rack. You do not need any wide gear.