Type: Sport, 60 ft (18 m)
FA: John Gogus
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Shared By: claude. on Aug 24, 2009
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Starts in the middle of the cave (last route on the left side) on obvious chalked slots. Make long moves through good slots and crimps to a good rest. Complete the difficult, technical boulder problem between V4-V5. The crux hold has apparently long since broken making the crux move just out of the rest either a right-handed (very temperature dependent two finger stack in a pocket) or do the move left-handed, grabbing the same hold as a pinch. Clip the chains after navigating through the final steep headwall grabbing nothing but big holds.

Significantly harder than any other route on the left side of the cave. The boulder problem is long, hard and technical. Harder for shorter people.