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Twin finger crack start.
The start of this route looks tough but don't let this scare you away, it's easier than it looks. Thin cracks lead to a nice ledge about 10' up, followed by more fingers in a right facing corner. Past here the crack gradually opens up and then pinches down slightly near the anchor. The rock at top is a little soft but not to bad.
Far left end of the wall near a leaning pillar. Two thin finger cracks about 4' apart mark the start.
Gear is in Camalots; one .3, four .4, three .5, three .75, three #1, two #2.
|By Sam Feuerborn|
From: Durango, CO
Oct 24, 2011
I'd differ on the gear a bit, maybe 3x.3's 1x.4 (or orange metolius), 3x.75's 2x1's and a #3 camalot.
|By Josh Ewing|
From: Bluff, UT
Feb 17, 2013
Quality. Longer and even more interesting than it looks from the ground. The crux crack switch is hard, but well protected. When it rolls over on the top, the climbing eases, but is still engaging.