Type: Trad, 60 ft (18 m)
FA: Steve Petro and Gordon Douglass
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Shared By: Dpurf on Apr 24, 2006 · Updates
Admins: slim, Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, GRK, D C

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Description Suggest change

As the guide says; very steep and sustained finger stacks through a small roof. Featured on the cover of Climbing #128. The stacks on this climb are amazing/good. But to prepare for this climb I would suggest placing your thumb in a vice for a few hours. Do that every day for 2 weeks and you are ready. You get a lot on this climb for 60 feet. Oh and there is one hand jam on it, but it not that great. But after 45 feet of stacks, it most welcome. If you have nice small and thin hands you can hand jam.

Location Suggest change

From the base of the buttress head to the left and around. It is the climb before Layaway Plan. You can't miss it, because when you walk by you say to your self 'Oh My God, I got to get on that'

Protection Suggest change

For the BD crew: 8 to 10 green camalots and 2 or 3 one camalots.
For the WC crew 8 to 10 1.5 friends and 2 to 3 2.0 friends.

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