Type: Boulder, 10 ft (3 m)
FA: Tim Armstrong
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Shared By: Tim Waystrong on Oct 15, 2009
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The crack starts at a pocket which you match in get bad feet where ever you can pull up get two fingers in the next pocket get comfortable with your feet and then get your other two fingers into the same pocket get a far left foot grab a little crimp on the face then use the crack to switch hands and reach around the arete for another crimp bring your right foot over to a crappy hold then bump up to a decent sized crimp pull up for a good jug and top out

The crux is getting the two finger pocket to work out I would say and your feet it's mostly smearing

Very thin crack I would say if you follow the crack up it would make it maybe V5-V6


Go past the Zig Zag Boulder on the left and 10ft. or so after that is the crack