A left-leaning crack in the back of a fairly low-angle right-facing corner. A large calcite sheet marks the left wall about 20 feet up.
Anchors are on the left side. (The wide crack to the left might also work off these anchors).
Around the south-facing side of the crag, not too far around the corner from Hand Solo. I don't have the book, so I'm not sure where this lies in the sequence of named climbs. A plaque marks the base.
Fingers at the start, then mostly green and red camalots (yikes), some purples.
Biners are on the anchor bolts.
plaque an finger with the Ooze
|By Greg D|
Oct 16, 2013
Umm. It's a left facing corner.