Type: Trad, 65 ft
FA: Hobart Parks, Steve Erskine 1977 FFA Cal Swoager 1985
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Shared By: Jon St John on Jun 2, 2008
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Description

This route starts with a bouldery finger-crack, but once you get off the ground, eases up substantially until the upper crux. Pull the low-roof, then up to a hueco, move right until you gain the finger-crack that runs to the top. The crux is a short section near the top, where the crack tapers out and a few thin moves are rewarded by a solid hand-jam.

Location

This route is located in between the popular 'Beginner's Only' and 'Where Real Men Dare'. Obvious finger crack that starts at a low roof (the bouldery start).

Protection

Excellent pro, mostly small-to-mid cams and/or nuts. Shuts at top.

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