Type: Trad, 100 ft
FA: Rich Leswing and Pete Benson, 5/82
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Shared By: Chris Duca on Oct 24, 2007
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As the name implies, this route is uber fun!!

Hug the twin cracks in the right-facing corner, then step up, and into the corner proper. Surmount a high pedestal rock-up move and continue in the sustained and curving layback crack. Clip the chain anchors from a good stance and lower off, or belay your second from the stance so you don't miss out on seeing a moose in the beaver pond off to your right!


About 400 feet to the right of "Mr. Clean" is a wall split by twin cracks in a slight depression.


Bring a variety of gear, including 3 or 4 larger pieces up to a #3.5 or #4 Camalot. Doubles are helpful in the medium sizes.


Greg Kuchyt
Richmond, VT
Greg Kuchyt   Richmond, VT
Doubles in C4 #2 & #3 range can be helpful. Jul 20, 2009
Kevin Heckeler
Las Vegas, NV
Kevin Heckeler   Las Vegas, NV
It's supposed to be "Fun CiTy". I don't see any way of alerting someone to change it! (?).

Superb climb. Top roped it but can definitely see leading it after a few more climbs. Sep 7, 2010
Chris Duca
Downingtown, PA
Chris Duca   Downingtown, PA

Taken care of. Thanks for catching that. Sep 7, 2010
Mike McLean
Mike McLean  
Doubles in #2 and #3? The person leading it before me had that and put an extra set on my harness (making for triples) telling me I'd use them. To humour her, I kept them and yes, I used them. I'm just getting into the grade, so the types of moves this climb requires aren't familiar too me, so I stiched the thing.

That being said; what a great climb! Jun 18, 2012
micah richard
Litchfield, Connecticut
micah richard   Litchfield, Connecticut
Way good. you can gear the start of the 5.10 crack on the right with smaller gear.Stemming between the two cracks is about the same grade. this is a good strategy to save the big stuff for the sustained upper crack. Jul 9, 2012
Winston-Salem, NC
Benandstuff   Winston-Salem, NC
No need to layback the upper part. I jammed it, perfect foot jams and wide hands/fists, and thought the crack hugging part down lower was more sustained. Jul 30, 2018