Type: Trad, 50 ft (15 m)
FA: October 2010
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Shared By: Jay Harrison on Nov 16, 2010
Admins: Jim Lawyer

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An initial roped-solo investigation of the leftmost edge of the Long Play Wall, with minimal equipment, avoided the wet, dirty chimney that would become Big Man's Bane, opting instead for an airy traverse to the outside corner, then up to the large ledge.
This is an exciting bit of climbing, and to date the easiest way to access the large ledge.
Climb the initial corner/crack to the point where one must choose between the chimney or a thin traverse right. This route takes the latter, of course.


Scramble up the gully 50', then traverse right to a narrow, treed ledge beneath the initial corner. This is the same start as Big Man's Bane.
Descent: Rappel (30 meters) off one of the trees.


A wide cam for the initial crack, then small and medium cams for the traverse and final face/slab.


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