Type: Trad, 400 ft (121 m), 4 pitches
FA: Chuck Wilts, Don Gillespie & Jerry Rosenblatt, September 1946
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Fingertrip starts just right of The Slab in a shallow red-stained corner behind a huge pine tree.

P1: Climb the corner by liebacking and stemming past a couple ancient fixed pins to where the crack narrows and leads diagonally to the left until it is possible to traverse back right and scramble to a ledge with a large pine tree. Alternately, where the crack leads left one can climb the thin crack directly to the pine tree ledge at 5.8.

P2: From the pine tree climb through or around large blocks for about forty feet toward the arch, then traverse left on the face to a small stance and a semi-hanging belay under the prominent arch.

P3: Lieback, jam, and face climb to the end of the arch where it is possible to climb over the slight overhang and through a small tree and easy climbing to Lunch Ledge.

P4: From Lunch Ledge climb through the blocky orange headwall to scruffy slabs and a move over the bulge to reach a left trending crack and paddling up the 5.4 friction slab past a bolt and the top.

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1 set of nuts, 1 set of hexes, 1 each TCUs to #2 cam