Type: Trad, 40 ft
FA: Martin Hackworth, Ron Snider - 1982
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Shared By: lee hansche on Mar 21, 2009
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You & This Route

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A tough little devil that will knock you around a bit if you are new to OW but it protects well with large cams... Basically hop up in there and an heel-toe, grunt, knee-jam, chicken wing and maybe bleed to the top... Or if you are an off-width ace use this as a fun warm up...


From where the trail gets to the cliff walk right a short way till you see this squeeze chimney/OW under a roof with a hard finger crack a few feet to its right...


i used a #6 and two #4.5 camalots... that worked well... bolted anchor at the top...


David Aguasca!
New York
David Aguasca!   New York
Damn! I was going to add this one.

As for gear, I'd recommend 2 #6s, if you have them, and a .75 for the pod before the crux. If you don't have 2 #6s, a 5 works pretty well if you place it deep. Mar 23, 2009
D C   Kentucky
Felt similar to a 10b OW I did at Indian Creek (UT), but then again I’m not an OW climber. Doable with 2 BD #5s & 2 #6s. 7 days ago