Type: Trad, 150 ft (45 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Vince MacMillan on Oct 21, 2005
Admins: slim, Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, GRK, D C

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Very Fun!: MANY PERFECT HAND JAMS (for very very very large hands, i.e., closer to fists than cupped hands). But: The looseness of the hands forced me to focus on my feet which, if you are a hack like myself, is always helpful. Could might possibly be great fist jamming for the very slight-handed.

Apparently this is climbed relatively rarely for such a long, moderate, and varied route in a relatively popular area (Its the second route left of Incredible Spam Crack, in a left facing crack system).

CAVEAT: It seems that the BLM's so-called 'maintenance engineers' have been goldbricking during their nightly vacuuming rounds as there is a little bit of loose rock and sand near the middle of this route. Could someone direct me to the Complaints Department? Thank you. . . .

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Typical El Cap Free Rack: Approximately 20-25 (gulp!) pieces (Camalot Sizes):.5 through 4, heavy on the 2's and 3's. Several runners and quickdraws, too. (Bloom's list is dead on.) Probably gonna want a gear sling for all of that, champ.