Type: Trad, TR, 85 ft
FA: Anderson, Skidmore '78
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Shared By: Ladd Raine on Apr 18, 2007
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Description

About every size of crack climbing is found on this route, from fingers to chimney. A fair amount of stemming and laying back is possible, too. One of Bridge Buttress's best, don't miss this one! For the top 20-30 feet, you can do what most folks do and step right to use a great flake for an airy fingers layback, or keep it blue collar in the back of the main crack/chimney feature.  

Location

Route starts just right of Marionette, in an obvious corner just past where a large boulder lays near the cliffline.

Protection

One or two of everything from fingers to #4. Bolted anchor.

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