Type: Trad, 90 ft
FA: Stan Wallace and Spencer Turrentine early 1970s
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Shared By: Danny Inman on Jun 4, 2007
Admins: saxfiend, Brad "Stonyman" Killough

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Description

Start in the same crack system as S'more. At the first roof head up the left crack into a slot. Climb though this slot which leads to a second awkward slot, squeeze though the second slot into the final tight dihedral section, excellent finger jams take you to the ring anchors.

Location

In the prominent right facing corner just past the closure signs. The start of the route is slightly up hill off the main trail.

Protection

Standard rack up to a #3 Camalot

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Rob Dillon  
 
Flares! Put AO on your Valley Training Circuit, and take your crack climbing to a new dimension.

Top it out for full value-- the rings are nice, but they definitely shorten things a bit. Jun 4, 2007
James Arnold
Chattanooga
James Arnold   Chattanooga
Great route, like rob dillon says. 12 feet of this bad boy got transported from flaring graniteville, USA Feb 17, 2011
ChillFancy
Chattanooga, TN
ChillFancy   Chattanooga, TN
This is a pretty cool little climb. Not the tallest line at sunset but the dihedral offers some challenges after you go left near the top. The top 14' or so is very blank, but you have a couple good jams and crimps to help you up. Nov 21, 2012
Papa J
Denver
  5.10c
Papa J   Denver
  5.10c
Classic route, wonderful jams lower down, and thin, hard at summit. Seemed hard for the time! Oct 22, 2015