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Neil drilling the anchors on the FA.
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A splitter, crescent-shaped OW into squeeze chimney. Quite clean, as it's been water-worn over the eons, somewhat like the Drainpipe in Donnelly.
A couple butterflies lead to stacks/kneelocks and into the crux stretch of chickenwings and heel-toeing; the squeeze gradually widens and you can fully burrow in before finishing up an unexpected handcrack on the left wall to the belay ledge. A great blue-collar trainer!
About 5 minutes to the left of Bunny Slope. No plaque, but anchors are visible and the route will be obvious from the pictures.
(1)#2,old #4, new #5, new #6 Camalots, blue big bro, slings. Chain anchors.
Joel wriggling up the crux section.