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Knockin' on Heaven's Door
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|Type:||Trad, 50 ft|
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DescriptionBegin by climbing up the easy handcrack to the right of the route, being sure to look for the vertebra wedged in the crack. Traverse left at the horizontal, and place gear (#1 Camalot sized). Then, climb into the main crack, which is mostly flared hands. The crux comes just before the slight bulge in the middle of the route. It is sustained, flared hands until the very top, where you pull over the lip. Build a gear anchor, and walk off to climber's right.
LocationFrom the Lower Blair parking lot, drive West for just over 0.3 miles until the road takes a sharp turn to the left. Stop here, there should be an old road going off to the East. Follow this closed road and head right and uphill until you find the formation. Knockin' on Heaven's Door is the prominent, thin crack. There is also a bolted route about 100 feet to the left.
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