Type: TR, 30 ft (9 m)
FA: Bill Putnam
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Shared By: James Beissel on Apr 19, 2007 · Updates
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Make a long move from a slightly awkward undercling to a pocket then continue up on crimps to the top. The starting feet are often greasy, but this little route has some interesting movement.

This is an old sandbagged Grand Ledge problem that can be bouldered out.  Start with opposing hand on block at head height (in red).  Move into good pocket follow by a good two-finger pocket and on up.  There is an easier variation (in blue) starting right of this and meeting with the main line.  Both finish in the good triangle shape hold up high.

Location Suggest change

On the left side of the first wall down the east stairs, about 10' right of the Enigma arete.

Protection Suggest change

Two large eyebolts for top rope setup.

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