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Trad, 130 ft, 2 pitches,
Avg: 3.7 from 20
FA: FP(cleaned): Mark Chapman, Kevin Worrall, by 1975 FA: John Bachar, Jim Bridwell, 1975
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Formerly known as A Great Day In Baseball, this stellar crack is normally done in two short pitches or one long pitch if you have it dialed.
Pitch one climbs a broken crack up to a roof. Good moves take you out left. Jam your way to the chains.
Pitch two climbs a sustained thin finger crack with slightly painful locks and small edges for your feet.
From Jaw Bone, Continue right and up 50 feet until the trail breaks left. Follow the trail left until you reach a broken crack under a roof. This is the start.
Bring gear to 3 inches, plus slings, and extra tcu's and/or small aliens. Rappel from chains once with two ropes or twice with one rope.