Type: Trad, TR, 50 ft
FA: First Lead: Pete Cleveland
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Shared By: James Schroeder on Sep 22, 2006
Admins: Burton Lindquist, Doug Hemken, James Schroeder, chris tregge

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This route starts on Full Stop, but continues straight up the crack to the right of the "Ear".

Attain the "Ear" on Full Stop and work your way up to the slanting rail above it. Then get your feet as high as possible on this rail and work your way to the right (balancy). Look for the crescent shaped foothold out right (stretchy), and use it to bump your right hand up to the second "Ear" making sure to use one of the best thumb-catches anywhere. Use this side pull to surmount the mini-roof and finish as for Full Stop.


Could be protected with small gear (yellow or blue tcu) at the crux, pretty much standard other than that.


Tom Mulholland
#1 Cheese Producing State!
  5.10a R
Tom Mulholland   #1 Cheese Producing State!
  5.10a R
Pro is not so good on this. I don't recommend an onsight lead. I tried, then bailed onto Full Stop. The crux is protected by a #4 BD C4 in the elephant ear 12 feet or more below. Part-way through the crux, the only gear I could fish in (even while hanging) was a #2 brassie. Jul 30, 2011
jon jugenheimer
Madison, WI
jon jugenheimer   Madison, WI  
I had the two smallest offset X4 cams on my rack. With those pieces the lead isn't that big of a deal. May 27, 2016