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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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.


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


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.