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Just about to make the split
Climb Double Dogleg to the point where it stars leaning left and then cut right to reach a splitter finger crack. Positive jams and edges work up the face to a thin frictiony move at the top that leads right to the bolted anchors.
Fun moves, good rock and bomber gear are found on this route, but the shortness of the climbing independant of Double Dogleg detracts slightly from the overall quality. Three stars out of five.
Immediately right of Rock Candy is this fine route that should not be confused with another quality route with the same name in the Sheep Pass area.
Pro to 3", bolted anchor/rap (3/8")
Sean enjoying the splitter finger crack of Split ...
Passed the tough transition, now for the sustained...
|Comments on Split Personality
|By Steve Powell|
From: Alhambra, California
Apr 29, 2003
another fun finger crack.
|By Joseph Lee|
Oct 14, 2005
Yet another fun route. Too bad it's so short. Nice slab finish.
|By Scott Edlin|
From: boulder, co
Apr 12, 2006
fun! seemed easier than rock candy, but maybe just because it was shorter.
From: Portland, OR
Oct 22, 2006
Felt the crux were the last few moves onto the slabs.
|By Colin Parker|
From: Idyllwild, CA
May 22, 2009
Enjoyed this route a great deal. The crux for us was definetely the split from double dogleg over to the thin crack, although the remainder of the route from that point has its challenges. Enjoy!
|By Tyler Knubs|
Oct 27, 2011
if you are doing this route on top rope i would advise going to the top of the route from the left. from the base of the climb go left a ways until you see a slanted wall that you can go up very easily. climb up that to get to the top (dont worry, it's not real climbing, but it's not quite a walk up). after you are at the top you will have to make your way back right to the climb......all in all it takes a little time to get to the top and then to the route, but it is the easiest way and is worth it for the climb.
Nov 17, 2012
The hardest part may be making the last unprotected friction move to top out. Make sure you place something in the end of the crack!
|By Climb To Safety|
Feb 15, 2013
Top roped this after climbing double dogleg, great route on an even greater wall, can't wait to go back on a warmer day.