Type: Trad, TR, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: FA Steve Arsenault, spring 1966, FFA Henery Barber, spring 1972
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Shared By: AlexT on Mar 25, 2008
Admins: Joe M., Old Timer, jim.dangle

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Jane is the obvious finger crack on the right side of the Fisherman's Wall (the tallest, and largest wall). This is one of my very favorites. Most jams are secure depending on your hand size and ability level. The crux is the obvious bulge with chockstone in the crack. Directly above the bulge/crux is a sling anchor, which most people lower from. The climb does continue to the top; however, this is not the common practice.

When Jane was first freed, it is was one of the hardest pitches in the U.S.


Jane is the obvious finger crack on the right side of the Fisherman's Wall. (tallest, and largest wall) To find the start follow the crack to the bottom and look for a horizontal muffin just wanting to be grabbed, from there follow the crack straight up. (do not get confused, there are two cracks to the right of Jane. The far right in the corner of the wall is Tarzan 5.8PG13 and in between Jane and Tarzan is Cheetah, 5.10 PG13, [goes left to same sling as Jane]) If you choose follow the route to the top, you may set an anchor on a tree and let your buddy TR, rap from a tree, or belay your buddy from a tree while he cleans you gear. You can walk of left or right. If not, lower from the sling.

For TRs, finding the top of the route can be tricky, although there are paths and some of the bark on some trees is slightly worn from setting anchors (this goes for the rest of Crow Hill).


With a rating of PG-13, most all placements are good, if you trust your Aliens. To be totally safe a green/#0.75 Camalot or equivalent-size placed where the finger crack widens to a hand crack is a good bet.