Type: Trad, 110 ft (33 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Scott W on May 27, 2008
Admins: Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick, Zachary Winters

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Good gear the whole way, bring a good sized rack with a full set of stoppers and doubles in the finger sized pieces. Lots of finger-locking up corners. Finishes on steep holds just above a recently cut stump. Great climb!

update:7/31/2011- The stump has been removed thanks to the valiant efforts of Chris Henson. This route used to be called Free at Last, now it's just Tatoosh. If instead of going up the dihedral, you break right half way up and head up the offwidth, it links into P2 of the original Tatoosh route(4 pitches long, goes all way the to the top of the wall). There's fun climbing on the original Tatoosh, really fun actually. I tried to clean it up a few years ago, but it was a FUNNEL of debris. I dug out the cracks on the upper pitches and loosed tons of blocks, but I imagine the 5.2 section getting to them is still packed with dirt.

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Starts 3 feet right of Thin Fingers on the recently brushed dihedral.

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Standard rack up to 2" inches, doubles in finger sized gear.

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