Type: Trad, 120 ft (36 m)
FA: Dan Ahlborn & Tim Powell, April 1977
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Shared By: Mike Morley on Oct 10, 2002 · Updates
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Start up the hollow-sounding expando flake to gain the main crack above. After regaining composure, continue on 5.8 terrain that sucks up nuts until it is possible to cut up and out left onto steeper ground. This is the crux, and protects well with a .75 size cam. Pull through exciting and exposed crux and traverse left to easier ground. Gear anchor. To descend, walk to climber's right and rap from farther set of bolt anchors. There are also two bolts 100 feet to climbers right, near Poodles Are People Too, in front of some large boulders, that require a 70m rope to reach the ground, with only a few feet to spare.

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Pro to 2", many nuts.