Type: Trad, 55 ft
FA: Chris Banks, Steven Charles
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Shared By: steven charles on Mar 14, 2011 with updates from Chris Banks
Admins: Drew Nevius

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Description

about 15 feet right, and on the other side of the dihedral by ice box crack, follow the broken line up to a bulge, pull over the left side of it to a few easier exit moves. Heads up for rock fall potential with the large block you use.

Location

about 15 feet right, and on the other side of the dihedral by ice box crack

Protection

Single rack, gear or tree anchor

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Ty Hutchins
Norman, Oklahoma
  5.10a/b R
Ty Hutchins   Norman, Oklahoma
  5.10a/b R
Its a super easy but a beauty of a crack for about 20 ft. used like a BD #1, .75 and then a Metolius #1 TCU. Bottom crack is 5.7 then you climb into the roof and move left where the loose block is. This is also the crux, matching a bomb ring lock and reaching out to a hand jam or a slopping ledge, the feet are what makes this hard and very committing. Dec 15, 2017