Type: TR, 50 ft
FA: ??
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Shared By: EricD on Mar 28, 2008 with updates from mtbmt -
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This is a fun route. Start in the big crack to a ledge, then use some small but good holds to another big crack, then on to the anchors.


This route follows the crack system just to the right of Place Your Bet.


top-rope from bolts - this is also a sport bolted route. 


Bishop, CA
outdooreric   Bishop, CA
This is a reasonable lead for those with some experience. A 4-inch piece is nice for the upper crack, but a 3.5" will do in a pinch. Oct 18, 2008
Walt Barker
Reno NV
Walt Barker   Reno NV
Great TR. Some hard (5.9-10) moves are there if you look. Apr 8, 2012
dave Hause
carrboro, nc
dave Hause   carrboro, nc
TRAD: Fairly easy lead, some bigger gear is needed for the wide cracks. Aug 1, 2013
A.J. Rimes
Charlotte, NC
A.J. Rimes   Charlotte, NC
Chains are very rusted, might need to be replaced. If you have enough cordellete/webbing you can build anchor without the chains. Apr 15, 2018
Shane Rosanbalm
Chapel Hill, NC
Shane Rosanbalm   Chapel Hill, NC
Many of the best holds are hidden inside the crack and require some pawing about to find. It's very easy to end up doing moves harder than the advertised grade if you're only using face holds and not constantly looking for these hidden holds within the crack. Aug 6, 2018