Type: Trad, 40 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Charles Vernon on Feb 9, 2010 with updates from Jon Ruland
Admins: Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick, Greg Opland

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This is the obvious corner right of Four Play. The climbing is enjoyable and never harder than moderate 5.9. However, if you don't want to lower off of a single bolt (w/ring), you must traverse left and finish with the last 3 bolts of Four Play, which is 5.10 climbing. This climb is worth doing if you have the correct rack.


The obvious, wide, left-facing corner just to the right of Four Play.


Mostly larger cams. I don't think a number 6 camalot is necessary, and there are some opportunities for smaller placements. It is easy to eyeball from the base and see what you need. Long sling for the single bolt at the top, and 3 draws for the Four Play finish.


Jon Ruland
Tucson, AZ
Jon Ruland   Tucson, AZ
very cool crack with actual offwidthing as well as some stemming. worth bringing the big gear if you go for that sort of thing. Nov 29, 2015
Justin Headley
Justin Headley   Tucson
Meh. You can stem or do awkward face climbing the whole way. Legit offwidth technique is not necessary. Rock quality isn't great. Some blocks inside the crack seemed loose. It was an excuse to use my #6 cam and Big Bro but it's not interesting enough to ever repeat. It has it's own anchors now so you don't have to finish on Four Play. Dec 18, 2016
Vyache G
Vyache G  
I had a lot of fun chicken-winging and knee-jamming my way up this route. A number 6 is handy on this one Mar 26, 2018