||Aid, 1 pitch, 60'
|Original: ||C1 [details]|
|FA: ||Brian Shelton/Martin Douglas|
|New Route: ||Yes|
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|Submitted By: ||Brian Shelton on Sep 21, 2002|
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Looking straight up Glob Gleab.
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This route is the just opposite Putterman Big Toe, it is actually the back side of that crack.
Approach as for Big Toe, when you get to the saddle between The house of Putterman and Neighbor Of Putterman head to the South face of Neighbor instead of the North. The climb is the first route on your right. You can't miss it, it is a splitter half inch finger line straight up the face. It is half inch for about 35 feet and then gets into hands then offwidth. Use the anchors for Puttermans Big Toe around the corner at the top. (unseen from the bottom of the route)
Bring 3 or 4 exrta half inch cams or tri-cams for the splitter section. Otherwise a standard desert rack up to 3 inches will do.
David Hall taking on his first aid lead.
David Hall having fun on Glob Gleab.
By Brian Shelton
Oct 2, 2002
This route will go free might be in the 5.12? area, perfect fingers on dead vertical rock for 25 feet or so.