Pickin' n' Grinnin'
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An excellent crack lead that will have you pickin' your pro carefully and grinnin' when you reach the anchors. As the Dixie Cragger's Atlas says, this route is much nicer than it looks from down at the sopping wet wall below the ledge where it starts.
From the far left end of the ledge, climb a well-protected vertical crack to the top. Sustained and reachy in places. For more grinnin', start instead at ground level by climbing the first part of Bishop of Krunk and make a tricky traverse right under a roof to the ledge above the water seepage, then continue up the crack.
Starts at the left end of a ledge above the main trail, just to the right of the start of Bishop of Krunk and above a perenially wet wall. Access the ledge at its right end via a ramp system with a bolt.
Small to medium gear (cams, tricams, nuts). Bolted anchors.
Placing some gear
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