Type: Trad
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Shared By: 20 kN on Nov 14, 2009
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Description

This route is a variation of The Shark Fin. Clip the first two bolts on The Shark Fin then follow the crack off to the right. The line follows a sharp but killer splitter crack that winds back and fourth. The 5.10b crux is at the bottom and it is bolted. End on The Shark Fin's anchors.

Protection

Trad - Single rack to a #.5 Camalot with a set of small wires or cams for the top section of the route.

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Samuel Clairmont
Salt Lake City
 
Samuel Clairmont   Salt Lake City
 
Fun route if you're looking to get off the sport routes!

I used a c4 .5, .4, .3, and a couple nuts Dec 14, 2016
Permabeta
  5.10c/d PG13
Permabeta  
  5.10c/d PG13
The bolted crux is pretty tough for 10b - I'd say more like 10c/d. The trad portion of the climb is no harder than 5.9., though the unprotected traverse at the top is scary. Jun 28, 2018