Type: Trad, TR, 50 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Ian Harmon on Jun 5, 2006
Admins: Kris Gorny, chris tregge

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A fun route on either lead or top rope. Follow the crack up, traverse left at a small roof/ledge, and continue to the top. The climb tops out at a small ledge 3 feet below the true top. This is a great place to sit while you belay your second.

  • RCM&W #31, p.39.


This is the furthest left crack on this face.

Descent/TR setup: via the third class chimney on Kanaranzi Buttress (South Face).


Nuts, hexes, cams, tri-cams. I didn't use anything bigger than hand/fist sized. Standard top rope setup


Tyson Arp
Omaha, NE
Tyson Arp   Omaha, NE
Definitely one of the more protectable climbs in the area. Makes a good lead. Feb 16, 2007
Jeff J.
Sioux Falls, SD
Jeff J.   Sioux Falls, SD
Leading up straight over the small roof and then traversing left is a great alternate ending and is a bit harder Oct 23, 2011
Pete Hunt  
Multiple 2" to 3" cams very helpful on lead. Jan 6, 2012
Benedict Rasmussen
Omaha, NE
Benedict Rasmussen   Omaha, NE
If you've got some less experienced climbers with you, this is a great climb to take them to. Younger climbers tend to want to climb into the little cove about 2/3 up and get stuck trying to figure out how to get out. Don't tell them until after that the key is to not get stuck in the first place! Aug 21, 2018