Type: Trad, 200 ft (61 m), 2 pitches
FA: S. Kimball, Nancy Heron, 1979.
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Shared By: S. Kimball on Jun 1, 2003
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Like the DoDo bird and the 8-track cassette, 5.9+'s on Lumpy and Eldo seem to becoming extinct. Take the flake and thin crack that parallels Checkerboard Crack to the right. Stellar and sustained from start to finish, with a little R faceclimbing in the middle, is definitely harder than 5.9. Finish on Checkerboard Crack's 2nd pitch.

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Typical Lumpy rack: RPs to 3 inch.

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