The Horse's Mouth
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Begin by climbing 15 or so feet above potentially bone-breaking boulders to a bolt, step right, and move up easier rock to another bolt 15 feet higher (or, for more challenge, climb straight-up from the first bolt). Make a few moves and jam the leftward leaning, slightly overhanging handcrack to easy ground and the chains. Enjoy the drop back to the base. The face is less than inspiring, but the position provided by climbing the handcrack is quite cool.
This route, which shares its start with Randy’s Polka, begins about 100 feet left of Hari, on the central part of Above and Beyond Wall. Look for two widely-spaced bolts just right of the largest roof on the cliffband. Rap from the chains.
QDs and hand-size cams.