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|Shared By:||Jesse Ryan on Jul 6, 2001|
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Poke around through the woods to the left of Currey's Diagonal approximately 50 yards until finding a distinct, short, hand crack that leads to a ledge below a left-facing dihedral. One can scramble around to the left to avoid the short crack, although it is fun as a boulder problem or one piece pitch. The climb above follows the handcrack in the dihedral, the crux coming swiftly, followed by fun jamming that ends all to soon at the top. Set up and anchor, belay, and walk off to the left.