Type: Trad, 50 ft
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Hand and fist crack, leaning slightly left.


Left around the corner from Hackberry.


Gear to 4 camalot, 2 bolt anchor.


Denver, CO
Ignacio   Denver, CO
The guidebook suggests a 5.7 rating for this route but it felt to me like a solid 5.8, talking to other climbers that sent this one that seems to be the general consensus as well. May 13, 2011
Jon Wood
Jon Wood  
The old guidebook lists it as a 5.8. I think it's been sandbagged. Definitely a 5.8. Great climb. Kind of a bouldery start, but eases up a bit higher. Takes gear well, a couple of #3's and #4's will get you up the majority of it. Threw a number one in up top to protect the move to the anchors. Good times. Apr 25, 2012
Dakota from North Dakota
Golden, CO
Dakota from North Dakota   Golden, CO
Free soloed this route today on sight. Naked. Very fun short crack! Would make for a good practice route for new crack climbers. Jun 28, 2013
artem Vasilyev
New York, NY
artem Vasilyev   New York, NY
This crack accepts mainly 3's the whole way up, save for a .75 placements halfway up. Dont be like me and have to place 3 cams the whole route - definitely had some mildly scary runout due to lack of gear, but was an easy climb overall. Tiny bit awkward at the start due to my hand size Mar 17, 2014
Mike W.
Draper, UT
Mike W.   Draper, UT
Agree with the above posts. Take #3's up this and you'll be happy. Was able to find a spot for a #4 as well but they are not necessary. Feb 10, 2016