Type: Trad, 60 ft (18 m)
FA: Lance Gunnerson & Robert Alexander
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Shared By: Tony B on Dec 30, 2005 · Updates
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This climb is easiest to find with the aid of the photo in the Vogel climbing guide. However, it can be found with a text description.

The left end of the east face of the Zebra Rocks has two primary flat faces, and each of these has a "dog leg" or "lighning bolt" crack on it. The larger one to the left is Such A Line (flaring OW) and the one on the right is the friendlier looking Ice Cream Fow Crow.

Climb up tricky moves on intermittent crack and pro to gain a widening crack. While this appears to be an offwidth, and is about that size, the climbing is predominantly face-climbing and is fun. No grunting needed.

To descend, rap from the anchors on Horse of a Different Color, just to the climber's right (north).


Finger to fist-sized gear