Type: Trad, 90 ft (27 m)
FA: Bob Ordner, Roy Briton, Rob Robinson - 1985
Page Views: 15,057 total · 72/month
Shared By: Danny Inman on Dec 30, 2006
Admins: Stonyman Killough, Luke Cornejo, saxfiend

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This is a great route that follows a very distinct red-colored left-facing corner. It is located between Passages and Finger Lockin' Good. There is a pronounced bulge about thirty feet up — this is the crux. Some people might lay it back, but jamming it will keep it at 5.9. Traverse left below the large roof and finish up on face holds to a two-bolt anchor.

Location Suggest change

One large corner system to the left of Finger Lockin' Good. There is a reddish stain for much of the route on the wall just to the left of the crack.

Protection Suggest change

Assortment of cams from 0.5" up to 3". Double hand-sized pieces for the crux; I found that the # 3 WC Friend was a better fit in here than #2 Camalot. Some may want a larger cam above the bulge (i.e., 4"); long runner or two for the traverse up top.

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