Type: Sport, 90 ft (27 m)
FA: Scott Ayers & Doug Jaffe, 1989
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Shared By: C Miller on Oct 31, 2006 · Updates
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Boulder up to a high first bolt (optional gear here) and then lieback your way up the splitter crack/flake to finish with a seam on a steep slab. Decent crack climbing skills will negate the need for anything but quickdraws, but if unsure take some gear.

Originally done with only a couple of bolts and gear (and rated 10d), this route slowly evolved over time as more bolts were added here and there, and now stands as a fully bolted and totally classic sport route.

Location Suggest change

This is the striking crack line on the right side of the Dihedrals, and is located between Bushfire (5.12c) and Slackjaw (5.10a).

Protection Suggest change

10 bolts, anchors

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