Type: Trad, 80 ft
FA: Alan Watts & Kent Benesch, August 1980
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Shared By: Bryson Slothower on Mar 10, 2006
Admins: Nate Ball, Micah Klesick

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Description

This was a sketchy little thing before the addition of two bolts a while back. Just across the small alcove from Double Trouble sits this face/finger crack.
Climb straight up past two bolts to a move right around a small bulge.
Up the crack to a ledge with an anchor.
Watch out for loose block below the ledge.

Location

small alcove as Double Trouble

Protection

nuts and cams to 1.5"

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mark d
 
mark d  
 
great climb Mar 11, 2006
David Tvedt  
 
I led this route back around 1993 and then it had one pin and no bolts. I remember it having groundfall potential when I was a ways up and there was only one pin and marginal gear below me. I understand it originally had two pins and whoever added the two bolts apparently only replaced these original pins sites with bolts. A good route, and I haven't been on it again. I need to get back on it! Apr 11, 2006
bryans
 
bryans  
 
takes great pro, just don't take too long to place it. Jun 19, 2006
ferrells  
 
Apart from the bolts, I think this has a similar feel to a lot of Minnesota trad routes - you only need to place a few pieces and do a few moves to get to the top, so it shows its difficulty without delay. Dec 10, 2009
Andy Laakmann
Bend, OR
 
Andy Laakmann   Bend, OR  
 
Pumpy and fun. Biggest piece you'll need is a #1 camalot. Oct 30, 2017