Type: Trad, 90 ft
FA: FFA Mike Forkash and Alan Wolman
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Shared By: andy patterson on Jul 8, 2007
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Start on steep jugs, gain a wide crack, climb past a potentially loose horn, then fire through a series of strenuous finger-locks to a small roof. Pull the roof into more burly finger-locks, then traverse off to the left to exit. If you feel bold, go straight up to finish on a difficult and run-out boulder problem which pushes the grade up to a 5.11d. Makunaima is rarely led and often top-roped.


Obvious line up center face of the shaded cove on the North side of the crag. You can't miss this one.


Wide (#4 Camelot) to fingers. Doubles in fingers not a bad idea if you feel nervous.