Type: Trad, 60 ft
FA: Steve Bartlett & Louis Babin 1985
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Shared By: john durr on Mar 11, 2008
Admins: C Miller, Greg Opland, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Step left from the block to nice holds or contrive your way up from the bottom. Follow a thin crack with great locks on the right and a rail with big holds on the left until the rail fades. Make an insecure move to easier climbing. This route is very enjoyable but not as sustained or pumpy as Jerry Brown.


This route starts on a block a few feet right of Captain Kronos and ascends an obvious rail and thin crack. Walk off quickly and easily southeast.


Pro is great on this route and easy to place. Small to medium aliens work great from the start through the crux, supplemented with a light rack of nuts and cams to 3". Gear anchor 0.5" to 2" cams.


The name we gave this was actually Brownies In Motion, as I recall. Brownian Motion is further down and right.

2014 EDIT
FA: Steve Bartlett, Louis Babin, Jan 3, 1985. Name: Brownies In Motion Aug 20, 2008
The crux for me was going from the vertical crack with the juggy sidepulls out left onto where the angle lets off. Felt much easier than 5.10b. Feb 19, 2013