Avg: 2.9 from 71 votes
|Type:||Trad, 90 ft (27 m)|
|FA:||Adam Clayman, Jeff Edwards, and Todd McDougall, 6/17/85|
|Page Views:||3,843 total · 24/month|
|Shared By:||Chris Duca on Oct 24, 2007|
This route is tricky, has some pumpy and balancy moves for the grade, and some exquisite positioning on a wide, crack-riddled face. With all of these ducks in a row, it creates a tremendous experience that only the Dacks can offer.
Climb the long, low-angle face with a shallow crack running through it. Step up thoughtfully to the ledge below the steep right-facing corner and put in some pro.
Move up the steep corner with some surprising high-steps, and some "Gotcha!!" hidden hand holds until you can rest on top in some very secure jams. Continue up the featured face, back and forth between some "huggy" cracks, and on to the lower-angled crack climbing above to the nice belay ledge. Build and anchor off a large tree and a Camalot-swallowing crack by the edge of the cliff.