Type: Trad, TR, 45 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Travis Hibbard on Feb 16, 2007
Admins: Kris Gorny, chris tregge

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Description

From RCM&W

A little bit of loose rock, but still a nice climb. After the first pitch of Laceration Jam, slink left and up this crack. This can be toproped in conjunction with the first pitch of Laceration Jam.

Protection

Medium sized gear for the lead. A #3 Camalot and some long webbing if you want to toprope.

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randy baum
Minneapolis, MN
 
randy baum   Minneapolis, MN
 
tops out onto a slopey gravel pit.

take long webbing for the rap/TR anchor, which uses a tree and med/large cams or hexes.

due to choss party at the top, best to take descent gully to reach start. May 9, 2009
Really only good for, if you don't want to do all three pitches of Laceration Jam. Beware of the choss on top and warn your belay down below. Aug 27, 2009
Sonnabend
West Saint Paul, MN
 
Sonnabend   West Saint Paul, MN
 
This is a great option for anyone that wants to climb a great crack but isn't a great trad leader yet. The first pitch of Laceration Jamb is worth it. The last half of this climb is still pretty fun. Sep 28, 2009
Sam Daley
Minneapolis, Minnesota
  5.9
Sam Daley   Minneapolis, Minnesota
  5.9
I liked having a couple of cams and hexes that were about hand size. Jul 5, 2010