Type: Trad, 80 ft (24 m)
FA: Barry Bates and co, 1971
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Shared By: Nate Weitzel on Oct 8, 2006 · Updates
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Description Suggest change

Five and Dime is the classic and namesake climb for this crag. It is a strenuous crack that takes a wide ranges of gear, from small to off hands. The crux revolves around a strange pod midway up, followed by difficult finger locks and finishes with a burly hand to large-hand sized crack. The gear is solid throughout, and if you are solid too then you should do well on this one.

Location Suggest change

From the left side of the wall, this is the fifth line. Locate the obvious crack line with a pod-like feature midway. The start is slightly bouldery along some knobs up to a ledge twenty feet from the ground.

Protection Suggest change

Nuts and cams from small fingers (Green alien) to #3 Camalot. Single rack should suffice. Gear anchor. 

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