Avg: 2.7 from 9 votes
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|Shared By:||Darin Limvere on May 16, 2006|
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This route does not see many leads. A great crack with some strenuous pro placements on the lower half. Start up the crack on increasingly smaller/slopey feet. Layback/jam up to a slight rest and some gear. The rock gets kinda crappy at this point and one should beware. Follow the thin seam to a good rest and watch out for bats! The climb backs off considerably at this point and a small traverse brings you to the chains. There's loose rock on the traverse and it's definitely not over until the chains are clipped. The lower half of this crack is generally moist in the spring and summer. The right hand finish goes at 12c. At the top of thin seam, milk your rest and get some gear in! Climb up and right to a sloped out crack. Go straight up from there on somewhat dynamic crimp moves. There's no gear aside from two pins that were hammered sometime in the 90's. Hats off to Dahlberg. The crack around the corner from "Jump Start."