Avg: 3.1 from 11 votes
Trad, 110 ft (33 m)
|FA:||Wayne Crill, Hank Caylor, Kevin Gallagher, 2007|
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|Shared By:||Wayne Crill on Sep 11, 2007 · Updates|
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Climb Foxtrot and continue up and slightly right with stemming into the 3", white, undercling flake. Escape out the roof crack left with exciting moves (crux) to get established on the headwall at the start of the dihedral proper. Climb the L-facing dihedral crack with thin fingers for ~50' before awkwardly transitioning to a second, shorter, left-facing dihedral and escaping to the top of the face. There [for years was] a tree belay 15' above here and 120' above the start of Foxtrot. Per Joseph Crotty: this has been replaced with a 2 bolts anchor.
This route was lead ground up and although established as a continuation of Foxtrot (.11d), it can be easily accessed by climbing either Parallels (.11b) or Crazy Fingers (.12b). The grade given is for the climbing above foxtrot only, whether including Foxtrot or not in the grade, the climbing is well protected.
The descent used to be from the tree anchor above with either a single 60m to Parallels' anchor or a single 70m to the ledge starting Foxtrot (knot the end!).
Per Joseph Crotty: now there is a 2 bolt anchor.