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Mint Jam is one of the fine, single pitch routes located on the eastern end of the Lower Mothers Buttress. There are several high quality moderate crack climbs in this area, Mint Jam is one of the more obvious.

Start in a large chimney-type alcove with a body length roof on the left side spilt by a finger crack. The route follows this crack through the roof (8+) and continues up to a good ledge. Follow a nice hand crack straight up to the offwidth crux. Stem through the offwidth and belay on a large ledge at 90'. Either walk off to the East or if you plan on doing another of the good routes that end on the same ledge, leave an anchor and rap.


The trail leading up from the road deposits you almost directly below the start of the route.


A standard rack up to #3 Camalot.

Per Sarah Meiser: there is now a 2 bolt anchor at the top of this climb.