Type: Trad, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: Scott Baxter et al. (early 70's)
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Shared By: Orphaned on Jul 17, 2006
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Devil's Deed is one of the best 5.9's at The Overlook. Challenging and classic! Route starts when you peel off from Angel's Delight about 15 feet up at a #2 Camalot/hand crack. Traverse right on good holds along small ledges, then up and head for the left thin crack above. Protection is tricky, but possible here in a small slot below the corner. An awkward move gets you face-to-face with the crack. You can get a cam in here if you have a tiny one (00 TCU size). You have to make a couple dicey moves to get up high enough to get your tips into the crack. Above this, out right, you move into a wide hands crack (#3 Camalot) to a small stance. A finger crack heads out right and up (second crux here) and then to the rim. Excellent route!!!

Location Suggest change

Located just right of Angel's Delight. Start on that route, go 15 feet up and then break right to the next corner over.

Protection Suggest change

Nuts, cams from tiny (00 TCU) up to #3 Camalot.