Avg: 3 from 38 votes
|Type:||Trad, 200 ft (61 m), 2 pitches|
|FA:||Richard Harrison and Jay Smith, 1977|
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|Shared By:||caughtinside on Dec 14, 2006|
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Pitch two starts by pulling up and in on a finger crack, into a shallow corner, 10b crux. Then, you pull up into the steeper hand crack behind a huge flake that is right of HC. The crack here is actually overhanging, and you can even do some chimney moves behind the flake. Good stemming as well. Finishes at the HC bolted anchor.
This is a very fun route. It is a little grungy since it doesn't see the traffic that HC does, but it is quality. If you can do HC, you can do this route.
Rap off. 70m rope necessary to get to HC p1 bolts, 2 60m ropes will get you to the ground in 1 rap.
Note: most guidebooks list this as 5.8. The crux is NOT 5.8.