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The thin flake just left of Partners In Crime. This route has interesting moves the whole way. The crux is positive crimping not jamming.

Climb up the flake, 5.9, to a fixed pin. Reach up to crimps, crux moves, and then jugs. Move right easily to a crack and climb that, 5.9 for 30 feet to an anchor.


Thin nuts to 3 inch cams.


Fun climb. The crux just after the pin determines the grade; it's not sustained at the grade above or below that point. Jul 6, 2009
Matt Hoffmann
Matt Hoffmann   Squamish
Nice climb. Easy finger crack to some crimpy moves after the pin(crux) then an easy hand crack to the top.

Blue tcu goes in nicely under the pin to back it up. Sep 26, 2012
Squamish, BC
Hans   Squamish, BC
FYI the pin is gone. Feb 3, 2013
looks like a crescent piece of stone that held the pin blew out, from a fall ?
At the top of the scar though you might be able to fiddle in a blue or green alien ? Not sure though since I've not climbed it since last year. Up to were the pin was though takes good gear. Jun 17, 2013
Owen S.
Los Alamos
Owen S.   Los Alamos
Great climb, had to dial the sequence and get my gear beta down at the crux to keep the finger pods clear. Not sure how anyone uses a 3" piece i didn't use anything bigger than a bd #1 although maybe you could squeeze a 2 in at the upper hand crack. doubles in the .3 range are nice to have for the crux, and i used a purple metolius (bd .2 approx) as my first piece, as my friend had a nut pop here when the rope came tight Aug 15, 2016
Lucian G.
Oakland, CA
Lucian G.   Oakland, CA
Led this yesterday. After fiddling a bit I found that a blue Metolius works well in that final undercling pod before the crux (perhaps that's where the pin used to be?). May 19, 2017