Type: Trad, 130 ft (39 m)
FA: Steve Hong
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Shared By: Orphaned User on Mar 22, 2002 · Updates
Admins: slim, Andrew Gram, Perin Blanchard, GRK, D Crane

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Yet another sexy crack at the Creek. To find this beauty, head WAY right when you reach the wall. Just before a drop-off, this spitter appears. It is long... It also has a few pods in it and meanders a little. When I climbed the route, there was a plaque at its base (just in case you can't recognize this good crack). This climb has been given an R rating by some because of a blocky section. Most of this short section is solid and will protect. Also, a second bolt is now at the anchor to supplement the FA's creative metal work.

Jolly Rancher begins as tight hands (2 Friend/1Camalot) and slowly widens. The majority of this pitch was cupped hands (wide 3 Friend/tight 3 Camalot). Worry not - cupped hands make for good feet. Towards the top, the size narrows to fingers at the somewhat blocky section and foot holds appear on the last bit.

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#0.4-#4 Camalots, with 3-4 #2s and 5+ #3s. Save a #0.75 for the finish.

80m rope just reaches when lowering

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