Type: Trad, 180 ft (55 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: caughtinside on Nov 21, 2006
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Sinbad-Herbert starts just right of Crud Gully if you're facing the rock. It's a great, steep handcrack on the left wall, that goes to some intermediate anchors 60' up. Going just to here is probably .10a or .10b. From the intermediate anchors, continue up the bolted face for another 120'. It is all bolted face climbing, with bolts right at hard moves, well protected. Excellent moves. This is a newer route, and the upper section is still a little 'green' but still excellent.

You need 2 60m ropes to descend, one 70m to reach the lower anchor, or you can traverse to the Groove anchor, or top it out at 5.6R.


Just right of Crud Gully, about 30' beyond the .7 start to surrealistic pillar.


finger-hand sized cams for the crack, bolted upper face. Bolted anchor.