Type: Trad, 90 ft (27 m)
FA: Tom Martin, Noel McGlothin, and Tom Kimbrough 1964
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Shared By: Danny Inman on Jun 4, 2007 · Updates
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This route begins in an obvious flared chimney. Climb the chimney and work out a large roof via the splitter 4" crack. Pull the roof and jam the crack until it ends at a ledge. From the ledge climb the steep and exposed face to a set of ring anchors.

Location Suggest change

From the trail turn right. The route is located in the main area just past the closures.

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Standard rack up to a #4 WC Friend. An old-sized #3.5 camalot is nice for the crack above the roof. The face section accepts mainly finger size and smaller.

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