Type: Trad, TR, 35 ft
FA: A. McMurray
Page Views: 455 total · 3/month
Shared By: nodin on Jul 7, 2007
Admins: Kris Gorny, chris tregge

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A nice little crack that heads left to some scary blocks which may or may not be loose. Pull on them carefully but don't place protection on them. A fun little romp!

First lead on-site by Andy McMurray with two pieces of protection, neither of which was small enough for the crack or safe enough to hold a fall (hence the name).


To the right of Grandma Bubbles - kind of the arete on the main face but follows a thin crack system


The lower crack will take C3s or nuts. Higher up you can plug a #1 Camalot. Walk off or rap from the anchors on PB or GB.


Andy Mac
Andy Mac   PNW
Slung the first "horn", popped a #1 higher up in a horizontal crack towards the final moves. :) Don't know what the hell I was thinking. Dec 9, 2007
samh Haraldson
Bozeman, MT
samh Haraldson   Bozeman, MT
I think it was my positive comments from my belay post that got you up the rock. Ha! Jan 18, 2008
Duluth, MN
nodin   Duluth, MN
This route is cleaning up well and should be a safe lead by next week... May 8, 2008