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|Shared By:||William Prehm on Aug 2, 2001|
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This route follows the corner crack of the large dihedral between the Coke Bottle and Walt's Wall. The first section the corner crack is very wide until you reach the top of some large boulders. The guidebook recommends belaying here but I choose to continue climbing (60m rope). After the large boulder starts a lieback/jam section. I found the footing to be a little slick and polished through here. The last fifteen feet of this pitch is a chimney. Belay from the top of the chimney. There is a 5.9 variation to the last 15' section that goes out left around the large chocked boulder.
This route is easy to protect with a rack up to a #4 Camalot. Bring two ropes for the rappel from the top of Water Streak II or walk off the back. At the top of Walt's Wall veer off to the right and follow the drainage down for the walk off.