Type: Trad, 150 ft
FA: Rick Kollath
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Shared By: Kris Gorny on Dec 15, 2006
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Best 5.9 at the crag. Clean finger crack. The crux is committing to the slightly overhanging initial section. Nice exposure.


Set up an anchor and rap to the large ledge with trees. The route starts to the right of the left-leaning block on a large flake. After climbing the flake, the 5.9 crack branches off to the right and onto the face.


Small to medium nuts and cams.


schojess Schomberg  
Harder than it feels; great route, wonderful rock; easy TR as well. Sep 21, 2009
A must do. Alone worth the 30-40 minute hike. Rattly fingers to hands during the 2 or 3 move mildly overhanging crux. Your reward is more splitter hand crack on low angle terrain for 20 feet to the top. Great climb for the new crack climber. Aug 26, 2013
Kyle Ellefson
Lakeville, MN
Kyle Ellefson   Lakeville, MN
This is a definite must do if you're up climbing near the north shore. Great hand jams through the top section. Aug 20, 2018