Type: Trad, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: Jim Donini, John Bragg 1974
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Shared By: Darko Sarenac on Sep 14, 2007
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Description

This is the wildly overhanging hand crack on the right side of the cookie. It is in the shade till late in the day which makes it a good climb for warmer days. Climb the steep crack, reaching between good jams. There is huge jug at the top of this section. Straddle this jug for a good rest (this jug gives the climb its name). They say the section up to the jug is about 10c. The crux is actually on the remaining vertical section. Moving from a flared fist to a finger lock. BD No. 4 is useful here.

Location

Approach via the first two pitches of Enigma (5.8). Rappel the route.

Protection

Lots of thin hands to hands pieces. A number 4 Camalot is useful at the crux.

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