Type: Sport, 60 ft
FA: Deidre Burton & Jim Steagall
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Shared By: David Arthur Sampson on Jun 11, 2007
Admins: Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick, Greg Opland

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Moving to and past the 4th bolt is cruxy. This is a decent climb. Several new hangers on the route. After the traverse this climb stays on you right until the end.


Left end of the Main wall. Starts in a corner, up a crack.


Sport. Six bolts (seven? perhaps? I will verify this) and shuts at the top.


Colonel Mustard
Sacramento, CA
Colonel Mustard   Sacramento, CA
Definitely a cool line. It seems like they should have split the difference on the first two bolts and just had one, high-ish bolt, but it's no problem either way because of easy climbing. The first bolt is spinning a bit and I had not wrench.

The crux is interesting for Jacks, a little more technical and just plain vertical it seems to me.

You can cop a great hand jam rest right after the crux before tackling the slightly heady run to the anchors. Jul 8, 2010
One of my favorite climbs in Jacks. Technical crux and then finishes nicely. Nov 27, 2014