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
Admins: Pnelson, Ladd, Shawn Heath, Vicki Schwantes, Jake Jones

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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.


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).


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


Chris Whisenhunt
Fayetteville, WV
Chris Whisenhunt   Fayetteville, WV  
Comparing this thing to the likes of maybe Rapscallions Blues and you will think this is no harder 5.10a. Oct 4, 2013
This route definitely is less sustained that Rap. Blues, but the moves getting off the ground and bumping up to the face pockets are just as difficult. May 30, 2016