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Type:  Boulder, 15'
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FA: John Walter
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Submitted By: jtwalter on Sep 12, 2007

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BETA PHOTO: The route to the east side crags.


A fun 15 foot splitter hand crack to the top of the back wall. Crack is dirty and the topping out has a lot of loose rock. The crack gets wide at the top and is easy to top out, despite the loose rock.

There is some scrub oak growing out of the crack toward the bottom, and the landing isn't ideal. Good edges for the feet can be found on the face if you don't want to jam your feet.

No distinct crux, just cruiser jamming. It would classic if the crack was 80 feet long.


Behind the free standing block on the trail to the Southeast Wall. If you're heading south the crack is on the left just before the trail drops steeply down again.


Boulder pad and spotter

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