Type: Trad, 60 ft
FA: T. Perkins, 1997
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Shared By: Ivan Rezucha on Aug 15, 2010
Admins: Alvaro Arnal, Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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The namesake route for the Finger Food Wall, this is the finger crack at the far left. Climb the crack with a hard move at the top. Move right--there is a good cam here, but it would be hard to hang out--and make an awkward move onto the ramp above. Move left with no gear to easy ground.


This is the finger crack at the far left.


Small to medium cams. It has a bolt anchor.


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coop Best
Glenwood Springs, CO
coop Best   Glenwood Springs, CO
I agree, awkward move on the ramp. Aug 16, 2010
Agreed gaining the ramp is tough. I tried three times on lead and didn't make it happen. It has pretty bad wipper potential if you blow that move, but the crack was good. Bring a #3 for down low. Sep 20, 2010
Jason Kaplan
Glenwood ,Co
Jason Kaplan   Glenwood ,Co
I thought gaining the ramp above the horizontal was the easy part, it gets heady after that. I too found it to be awkward, as well as insecure and balancy. It would have been ugly if I came off at as I crossed the steep bit to the easy ramp, good chance of slabbing out. Sep 23, 2010
nicolas blair
Denver, CO
nicolas blair   Denver, CO
The crack is nice until you try to pull out of it. Super awkward to get the the mantel. I took a few nice whippers on a 0.3 I placed about 2-3ft below the end of the crack. Definitely bomber gear. After the awkwardness, I failed at going right around the buldge due to no pro, but the left ends with a nice mantel and finish to the anchors. Aug 15, 2017