Type: Trad, TR
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Blitzo on Jul 28, 2007
Admins: Aron Quiter, Euan Cameron, AWinters, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Description

This is the thin crack to the right of "Welcome to the Iris Slab".

Protection

Pro to 1.5".

Two-bolt top anchor say like ten feet / three meters down from the top of cliff (but above where it gets sustained steeper below).
I think this anchor is shared with "Groovin".

For setting up Top-Rope, perhaps could rappel in (with some diagonal) from the top anchor for "Welcome to the Iris Slab".

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Isaac T.
Oceanside, CA
  5.8
Isaac T.   Oceanside, CA
  5.8
Nice climb, you can lead this one although there is a good 15 foot section without any pro that is a tad tricky... Don't falter.

The top was the best part as it involves some fun finger jams. Pretty straightforward climb though... The biggest cam I used was the purple Camalot and one #00 C3 the rest was stoppers.

A tad slippery too... Sep 2, 2008
kenr
  5.8
kenr  
  5.8
two-bolt top anchor say like ten feet / three meters down from the top of cliff (but above where it gets sustained steeper below).
I think this anchor is shared with "Groovin".

For setting up Top-Rope, perhaps could rappel in (with some diagonal) from the top anchor for "Welcome to the Iris Slab".

Lots of fun moves, with some jamming in the crack as well as frictional footwork. Aug 1, 2015
SMarsh
NY, NY
  5.8
SMarsh   NY, NY  
  5.8
Again, a good challenge and plenty of variety of kinds of moves on a slab with a crack. Aug 1, 2015