Type: Trad, 160 ft (48 m), 2 pitches
FA: FA: Eric Beck and Steve Williams, 1971. FFA: Chris Falkenstein and pals, 1972
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Shared By: Darshan Ahluwalia on Oct 26, 2006 with 2 Suggestions
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Description

Sunnyside bench sports two 5.10 finger cracks, one just to the left of Jamcrack called Lazy Bum (5.10D) and the other just to the left of this called Bummer (5.10C).

Both cracks share the same first 20 feet, which is a bouldery 5.10b finger crack / face. Going slightly left from here puts you on Bummer 10C, and going right puts you on Lazy Bum 10D. Pitch 2 of Lazy Bum continues directly above the first pitch of Jam Crack (10d). P2 protects well with tiny cams and tiny nuts.

Both of these climbs are excellent, protect well (micro gear required), and perfect for tuning your thin crack technique. Short and hard.

Protection

Micro nuts essential.

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