Type: Trad, 40 ft
FA: Erik Farley, MIke Dunne, 1992
Page Views: 607 total · 5/month
Shared By: Adam Leedy on Mar 8, 2009
Admins: saxfiend, Jason Halladay, Shirtless Mike

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This route is really dirty and grungy but totally worth it. Start to the right of the block in the alcove using the fist crack and chimneyish moves. Step onto the ledge and stand up. Move out the ledge and step up on a giant stone that whobles a bit. Climb inside the cave making use of some chimney moves and a crimp on the outward side. Big horizontals and some chimney moves up the cave to exit onto a bit of slab just under the roof. Travers under the roof the arete. Climb off width to the tree anchors. Could maybe fashion a second pitch to top out.


Just to the left of the Triceratops and Danger mouse. Find a large alcove with a large block and big cracks on either side.


.3-4 camalots top really sew it up. Small hands around the bottom ledge. Horizontals in the cave. .3-1 in the roof 3-4 deep back in the off-width (you can get up to your chest in it but it is thinner in the back.


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