Type: Trad, 90 ft (27 m)
FA: Bill Robins & Marlene Ford
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Shared By: Morrismc on Feb 5, 2011 · Updates
Admins: Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick, Zachary Winters

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guidebook: "Climb hand crack in a rich facing corner moving left onto a ledge. Next follow a thin crack past a bulge. After the bulge, crack widens and eases as your ascend."

A VERY fun beginner trad route. I found the beginning better if done as a set of stemming moves. And then moving into the crack.

There is a little bit of loose rock on the route so use caution.

Location Suggest change

Just above the trampled bush at the base of the tiled pillars

Protection Suggest change

I found placements for doubles in bd 1s, 2s and down through the sizes. So a full rack with doubles (only carrying 2's or smaller should do you fine). I brought nuts didn't end up finding placements for them.

Also due to the cliff at the base of the climb, never a bad idea to throw some pro and protect your belayer.

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