Type: Trad, TR, 60 ft (18 m)
FA: Chris Falkenstein, Don Reid, & Edd Kuropat
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Shared By: Mike Morley on Aug 17, 2007
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A short, but powerful route. Start on either side of the triangular flake (left side is easy but sparse pro) up to a finger crack. Work left and crank through a small roof (crux). Continue up splitter hand crack (have those gold camalots ready!), make a fun move right, and continue up to the top. Belay from tree.

Walk off left.

If not up for leading, it would be easy to rig a top-rope off a tree by scrambling up and left from the base of the route.

There is also a fun 10b variation that can be led or top-roped. From the base, climb the left side of the triangular flake, traversing left and then back right around a flake resembling the state of Texas. After working back to the right, join up with the main route. If top-roping, a directional is recommended to prevent a big swing from the left end of the "Texas flake".


See area description.


Single rack to 3" (blue Camalot), plus extras in the 2" (gold Camalot) range.