Type: Trad, 2 pitches
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Joe Keyser on Sep 8, 2001 · Updates
Admins: slim, Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, GRK, D C

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This superb route is just around the corner to the right of Supercrack. About 20-30 feet past Supercrack, this is the shorter right-facing corner. It starts out as a beautiful hand crack, and gets wider as you go up. The crux is at the top where the crack gets wider as the crack moves over a bulge. There are some decent face holds out left to make the moves doable. I think the 5.11 rating is for pitch 2, but, pitch one is maybe a 9 or 10 still?? Either way, there are nice chains after you mantle to the top. Good fun, I'd say 3 stars, but it's not as good as Supercrack!

Edit from Matt Pesce: P 2 is classic big fingers/ thin hands corner. 80' 5.11. Gear: 2-3 ea. .5-1 Camalot and maybe 1 #2

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P1: Mostly 1s and 2s for the first half. I used a #3, and a #4.5 for the upper half. For P2: 2-3 ea. .5-1 Camalot and maybe 1 #2

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