Type: Trad, 80 ft (24 m)
FA: Ed Pearsall, Kevin Pogue, and others, June 1982
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Shared By: Chad Wagner on Apr 14, 2009 · Updates
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You & This Route


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Access Issue: New route development is prohibited in the Daniel Boone National Forest. Details

Description

Scramble up to the ledge where this beautiful splitter crack begins. Push past the low roof with tight hands and prepare for one of the best handcracks in the red. Jam for the next 60 feet in the parallel sided crack until you hit the fist and offwidth section but its short lived. Clip the anchors and remind your self that you are in the Red.

Location

Walk towards the Fibrulator and pass it staying along the wall. The next line you come across will be Crack Attack. (37.893898, -83.636811)

Protection

Multiple Camming units in the hand size and a fist size. This crack doesn't vary much in size so bring at least 4 #2 camalots or equivilent to stretch it thin.

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