Type: Trad, Boulder, 15 ft (5 m)
FA: Justin Edl, 2003, unless Goodman did it before that
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Out of Sight is an awesome, overhanging, tight hands corner.

Start either from the sit start on good hand jams with one foot on an obvious foothold to the left, or start standing up from good jams with feet wherever it seems reasonable. Jam up the crack, past the horizontal break to the second ledge, where you top out and walk off right. One move of rattly fingers/lieback marks the crux. This is classic.


Looking up towards Walt's Rib, this is on the second tier, just about even with the right edge of the first tier.


2 pads (or 1 pad and a spotter), as there's an unfriendly rock directly underneath the crux.