Type: Trad, 80 ft
FA: KC Baum, Tom Archibeque, 17 March 1990 (St. Patrick's Day)
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Start with finger/layback moves until you gain a handcrack. Traverse right with good hands and pull into the chimney (crux). Continue up the chimney and finish with a short, easy offwidth section to the anchor.


Start about 40 feet left of Whirling Dervish in a crack with a zig-zag pattern, followed by a rightward traverse leading to chimney.


Finger and hand sized cams for the bottom section along with large pieces for the chimney.

Depending on how comfortable you are in chimney situations you might take a 4,5, and 6 Camalot, but that might be excessive if you are tough.


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