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Shared By: Doug Hemken on May 12, 2009
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"Chicken Delight" (5.7) and "Chicken Tonight" (5.8) are variations of the same general line. At the bottom, you have the choice of an awkward, reachy move left of the rib, or a layback/jam crack to the right (or you could walk around to the left and start on the thin, bouldery face, or start as for "Beginner's Delight"). See the photo on the Pseudo Hawk's Nest page.

The middle section does not have much gear, but is very easy climbing.

At the top, a blade of rock juts out. Going right of the blade, "Chicken Delight," is a little awkward. Protects well in the crux.


Start either to the left or right of the sharp rib, left of ABM.


Nuts and finger-sized cams