Type: Trad, TR, 125 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Tom Anderson-Brown on Jun 1, 2002
Admins: Doug Hemken, James Schroeder, chris tregge

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Description

Coatimundi Crack is a fine line up the southwest side of Bill's Buttress. Find the crack/inside corner behind the large Oak tree. Climb using the crack and face holds to the left. This climb contains plenty of "Thank God" holds that are found with each reach of your hand.

The Coatimundi, also known as the White-nosed Coati, is diurnal, living both on the ground and in the trees. This member of the racoon family is omnivorous, feeding on fruits, invertebrates, and other small animals. They feed by using their long noses, poking them under rocks and and into crevices, and using their long claws to dig holes or tear apart rotting logs.

Protection

Standard Rack

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