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Named for the "Slow, Children at Play" traffic signs that are typically found near a "City Park".
This splitter finger crack has its hardest moves at the very start and the very end, though is pretty continuous throughout. It follows a shallow corner that switches sides a few times.
Start by traversing or directly mounting a flake in the left-facing corner. You can place a good piece here(.4 camalot), then make a strenuous move to get to good finger locks in a right facing corner. A short stemming section is encountered before the final splitter crack in a left facing corner.
There are two finishing pitches to choose from. the left one, Tommy's Sandbox, is around 5.11-, and the right one may be 5.10.