Type: Trad, 90 ft
FA: Peter Henley & Rick Beckman, 1985
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Shared By: Rob Dillon on Dec 31, 2006
Admins: saxfiend, Brad "Stonyman" Killough

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The trainer hand crack just left of the 'Pursuit'. Graduate from this one Phi Slamma Jamma and you've earned a degree in Basic Hand Jamming. Or at least, you can transfer to a 4-year school, starting with Golden Locks.

Like Harvard, the hardest part is getting in. Some knee-scumming, jug-pulling and general grovelling should get you off the ground and into the groove. Pulling out of a cave 2/3 of the way up provides a secondary exercise, this time in off-sizes. And because you're at the T-Wall, a bit of pumpy, weathered face up top gets you to the chains.

Bonus star for being a T-Wall 5.8 that does not entail climbing a left-facing corner with a roof-dodge at the top.


Right of Finagle, left of In Pursuit...


Standard rack.


Like DCA sez, name is a bit of a misnomer.

Like Rob sez, bouldery stary. The daunting face up high protects amazingly well. Superb for the grade. Feb 27, 2007
dont mind the name. great climb really. Dec 2, 2007
Rob Dillon
Rob Dillon  
In some circles the name is actually a term of respect. Jan 14, 2008
Bishop, CA
DennisL   Bishop, CA
good route that deserves more respect! Fun jams, exposed moves, cool rock up top, great pro. Mar 12, 2014
Michael Dom
Michael Dom  
Fun, has a great view at the top. Dec 22, 2015
David K
New Paltz, NY
David K   New Paltz, NY
The best 5.8 I've done so far at T-wall. It has three distinct cruxes which each require different skills to get through. Well protected the whole way. Jan 12, 2019
Gabe Parker
Zebulon, GA
Gabe Parker   Zebulon, GA
Jumped on this not knowing what it was and really enjoyed it. Jan 24, 2019