Type: Trad, Sport, 90 ft (27 m)
FA: Eric Odenthal, Larry Harpe
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Shared By: Eric Odenthal on Oct 16, 2008
Admins: slim, Andrew Gram, Perin Blanchard, GRK, D Crane

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Some sporty moves get you past the first two bolts, where it relaxes a bit, making great moves on what is now, great rock. During the FA I was gripped not to knock the death blocks off, Larry pulled those off, no problem. After a mantle trend right toward a great looking wide to finger crack. great gear in this section... and some reachy radical moves get you to the anchor. save a #6 hb offset for the top! enjoy!

Location Suggest change

this route starts at the bolts 50 feet right of Vanilla Cream. begin up a short dihedral toward two bolts that head up into a dihedral. Anchors can be seen at the top of a thin crack below the roof up high.

Protection Suggest change

one set will get you through, but 2 sets of cams from green alien to #3 Camelot will make things feel better. small/Medium size stoppers protect the upper crack... bring a few of those. some draws for the first two bolts and long slings for the mid section. tie a knot at the end of your rope if you belay below the ledge... it's a stretch.

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