Type: Trad, 30 ft
FA: Brent Lewis, Ron Snider, 1983
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Shared By: Chris Chaney on Oct 8, 2006
Admins: saxfiend, Jason Halladay, Shirtless Mike

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Boulder out the tough opening moves with a good spot or tricky gear. Once you get established at a rest the route is pretty straightforward. Plug up some good fingerlocks on an aesthetic splitter crack in beautiful, solid stone. It needs to be much longer, but alas!


From Yellow Brick road walk a few yards to the right. You can't miss this striking short route.


Nuts and TCUs work well, with a couple smaller cams (#.75 and #1 camalot size).
Bolted anchors
short but sweet. I thought the crux was getting established in the crack off the ground Nov 28, 2014
Erik Hahn
Boulder, CO
Erik Hahn   Boulder, CO
Like Jackson says, the crux is right off the ground, it really wants to spit you out Dec 12, 2017
BCA   michigan
I had no problem with the start. I'm short though so maybe the scrunched up high foot was easier for me to get into. I had more trouble getting off the rest in the middle of the route. Jun 24, 2018