Type: Trad, Sport
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Kreighton Bieger on Apr 28, 2001
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac, Tyler KC

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Description Suggest change

Follow bolts up a finger crack in a left-facing corner, past a flake (crux), and more finger crack leads out a small roof to the chains. If you're interested, you could trad lead this easily and safely with small cams, nuts and a few mid size cams for the flake.

Per Ivan Rezucha: Layback the flake (crux) and make some tenuous moves (also crux?) to another flake. You can rest with a foot jam after surmounting the first flake. Some easy moves lead to a fun roof and the anchors.

Eds. Note: this is a combination of 2 submissions combined into one for organization purposes.

Protection Suggest change

About 6 bolts or gear. Would be a safe easy gear lead with small nuts and some small to mid-sized cams.

Location Suggest change

Two lines left of Barney (12a Freeform is in between). Named for the small stump in the crack below the high first bolt!

Per Ivan Rezucha: Left of Karma Mechanic is a smooth wall with a bunch of 11 or harder lines. Left of that is a left-facing corner/chimney. Just left of that is a flake leading to a shallow, left-facing corner. There is currently a stick (remainder of a bush) sticking out of the crack below the first bolt.

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