Type: Trad, 50 ft (15 m)
FA: Bert (Bertley) Perry
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Shared By: david goldstein on Apr 1, 2006
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This pitch would be a must do almost anywhere else although it does not justify its name.

The crux is at the start, reaching past a blank section with the only pro a small nut at your shins. Note that at a height of around 5' 5" this move would become much harder. Above this work the double cracks (wide hands on R, wide fingers on L) with a couple of stances encountering a hard move where the cracks converge.

The pitch can be done with just the right crack at about 10+.


A little bit to the left of Hot Fun Sunday, this climb is close to the left edge of the cliff as viewed from the parking area that serves Fin and Broken Tooth.


#2 Rock, 2 ea .5 - 3 Camalot, long sling, 2 quick draws.