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Adrienne Kentner following the short and testy cra...
This is a steep finger crack, with some hand jamming. It is strenuous and aesthetic, but short.
There is a corridor about 75 feet northeast of the Perpetual Motion Wall. Knack is a finger crack on the east wall; Knick is a dihedral on the west wall.
|By Richard Shore|
Dec 2, 2012
This route is pretty stout considering its meager 30' length. 2 or 3 pieces in the finger sizes is all you should need for the lead. 1-2.5" for the anchor, scramble down to climbers right.
5.10c in Randy's guide and 2/5 stars. Seems that it is 5.10+/11a (NOT .10b) based on my experience and comments under the misgraded Rain Dance page here. Worthwhile if you're already here for Perpetual Motion, but certainly not a destination climb.