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|Type:||Trad, 80 ft|
|FA:||Mark Meschinelli, Dave Hough, and Chuck Turner (5/6/83)|
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|Shared By:||Chris Duca on May 24, 2007|
DescriptionAt the far left end of the Lower Beer Walls is a left leaning finger crack that splits an otherwise polished face--This is Rockaholic.
Start on low hands and smeary feet to the left of the crack below the obvious finger crack. Easily climb up and right, pulling into the fissure using a few high feet out left and a good hand hold out right.
From here, the beta for the route is simple: Try to keep your left foot pasted to the polished left face while fighting through the rattly and flaired fingercrack.
When the crack ends, move left around the steep block and up to the slung tree above.