Type: Trad, 50 ft
FA: Todd Swain, Ivan Rezucha, 1984
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Shared By: Dana Bartlett on Mar 28, 2011
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One of the better mini routes around: excellent moves.

This is listed in the current guide as a variation to Walter Mitty, but except for the hand crack the climbing is independent of that route.

Follow the hand crack to the overhang, traverse right a bit and move past the overhang. Climb the obvious arete (crux about halfway up) to a large ledge.

Walk off right via the Uberfall Descent.


On a high, steep face just right of Rhododendron and Laurel. Look for the hand crack that leads to a small overhang.


Standard 'Gunks rack with a few extra tiny cams.


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kevin neville
Oconomowoc WI
kevin neville   Oconomowoc WI
A really nice route, with consistent climbing at the grade. Mind your rope management to minimize drag -- slings early, then placements near the arete later rather than further right on the face. May 27, 2014
Daniel Affsprung
Hanover, NH
Daniel Affsprung   Hanover, NH
Near the crux there's a loose, palm-sized flake with chalk on it, that you'll probably step on afterwards if you're not careful. Its detached but held on, just a head's up. Apr 22, 2015