Type: Trad, TR, 45 ft (14 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: jeremyadams on Jan 6, 2007
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Description

One of the 5.8 jewels of Crow Hill, Intertwine is a popular fingers-to-hands crack that protects well and challenges both leaders and topropers. Begin by working up a corner or by protecting in the corner and moving up the blunt right arete to the short ledge at the base of the right-trending diagonal crack. The crack leads to a ledge, where a chain around a thread can be backed up for an anchor. EDIT: it is reported that a 2-bolt anchor has been installed.

Rappel, top out (easiest to the right, medium and hard by other routes), or TR a variety of nearby routes from the ledge.

Location

This is on the left side of the main face, it is easily spotted by its characteristic right-leaning crack.

Protection

Nuts and cams.

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