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This route is located to left side of the Northwest face.

It will be the crack system that is directly right of the large roof. The crack is mostly fist-sized that works its way over two bulges. The bulges are the cruxes of the climb. You can do the climb in one pitch (60m rope), but to minimize rope drag, you can set up a belay on the ledge before the first bulge. There are two bolts at the top belay.

Warning:  15 feet right of the two bolts at the top of the route is a set of rappel chains. Double ropes are REQUIRED to reach the ground.  If you don't have doubles, scramble up the chimney above the bolts and either walk off climber's left OR explore your way right to the rappel station above Zipper.

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I found a #3.5 Camalot helpful to protect the moves through the second bulge.

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