Avg: 2.9 from 26 votes
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|Shared By:||lee hansche on May 31, 2007|
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DescriptionI don't know who put the minus in the grade of this route but they were either wicked tough or really mean.... By modern standards, it would be given a 5.9 without second thought, but then again what do modern climbers know compared to our elders, how to sew cracks up with gear then talk about how hard they are.... OK, I'll shut up....
The next crack right of Double chin is The Start and the start is the crux.... Perhaps 15 feet of bad-sized, jam cracks (for me it is wide fingers/thin hands, purple or green Camalot.... I find it hard to do anything but slide out.... When you get it, though, it feels great and after the first part you gain a good face hold and better jamming to a stance, and more moderate climbing to the summit....