Type: Trad, 80 ft (24 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Darren Mabe on Sep 29, 2007
Admins: slim, Andrew Gram, Perin Blanchard, GRK, D Crane

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Just plain awesome. Hijinx is an apparently overlooked line just left of Dusty Trails. This is possibly due to Bloom's description as "fingers to thin hands in right facing offset". Well, he didnt mention a small roof to pull around as you are changing corners.

Begin from a small shelf at the base with wide fingers (#1 FR and #.5 Cam) to a few ringlocks (#.75 Cam). good hands lead to tight hands (#1 Cams)in the right facing corner (a few good rests), leading up to the roof. Pull around on good hands (#2Cam) into a tight left facing V-Slot corner with tight hands (SlotMachine-esque). I thought this was the crux, although I actually chimneyed/kneebarred the V-Slot for the final 20 feet leading to the anchors past the wide ringlocks(more #75s).

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about 30 feet left of Dusty Trails. You will see the obvious V-Slot corner at the top after the roof.

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something like:
(1) #.4 Cam
(1) #.5 Cam
(4) #.75 Cams
(5) #1 Cams
(3) #2 Cams