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Type: Sport, 30 ft
FA: Jack Marshall, Mark Maynard
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Shared By: veritus on Jan 2, 2007
Admins: C Miller, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Description

The crux is down low transitioning into the giant hueco on the right and the side pulls on the left. Slightly exposed

Location

The route is the obvious line in the middle of the overhanging face of The Fin. Start left had crimp and right hand in a kind of undercling/pinch.

Protection

5 bolts, chain anchors
drjman  
5 bolts, chain anchors Mar 9, 2016
Mickey Sensenbach
San luis obispo CA
  5.12b
Mickey Sensenbach   San luis obispo CA
  5.12b
freaking fun route!!!!! I sent it like 5 try and it was pure heaven! certaintly coming back to climb it some time! we had the belayer belay on the ground, I skipped the 4th bolt and clipped the 5th, this is way easier and just as safe... very fun! Apr 9, 2014
T.J. Esposito
San Diego, CA
  5.12b
T.J. Esposito   San Diego, CA
  5.12b
Short but super fun, recommend it. With a good belayer doesn't really matter if you start from the ledge or the ground unless you think you might blow the third clip and get rubbed by the rope a bit on the way down. Mar 9, 2014
jt512

  5.12b
jt512    
  5.12b
There is no belay bolt per se. The leader clips the first two bolts before leaving the starting ledge. Most belayers belay from the ground. Mar 29, 2007