Type: Trad, 90 ft (27 m)
FA: Drew Bedford
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Shared By: Gaar on Dec 17, 2008
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If you’re  looking to break into the 5.12 trad range this is it.. Climb easy and fun 5.10- then do a 10ft boulder problem, to easy 5.10- to the chains.

In the thin section you get some foot chips and 2 okayish crimps on the right wall. Be sure not to place gear in your finger locks in the crack

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5 ft right of Electra, and 30ft left of Cherry

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Single set Smallest thing you own through #3 camolot.. The crux has great gear, if you dont mind climbing over a BD .1

You will need at least 2 #3 cams for the run to the anchors

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