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Shared By: Steve Levin on Aug 31, 2001
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Who would want to climb a route with a name like this? You do.

Follow the S side trail from the parking lot, and just as you near the crag at the far end (at a large boulder), and immediately right of a 3-bolt face climb, you will find this friendly fissure.

The climb is short, wide, and unprotected. The crux is getting into the crack, and once in there you should be in fat city.

If you are taking the Intro to Wide Cracks tour, it should be somewhat obvious by now which side-in you want to orient yourself for this climb. Be confident that you can use body friction to your advantage on this one.

Descend to the E (right) down the slabs between the top of the climb and the back wall.

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Poor protection for the crux, but it would be difficult to slide out of this crack. If unsure, it is easy to toprope.

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