Type: Trad, 60 ft
FA: Dean Hobbs, Jane Sievert, 1980s
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Shared By: Colonel Mustard on May 28, 2011
Admins: Aron Quiter, Euan Cameron, AWinters, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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After a scramble up, you start chugging up some wide crack that eventually leads to a mini roof and easy top out. You can start either left or right of the pyramidal base block. The left start is wide (5" - 6" protection), while the right has more protection and no wideness. Either way should be casual. The meat of the climb awaits, including a full course of face moves to cupped hands and fists. Jammin' With Jane is a fun climb and good warm up for the area.


The crack to the left of the obvious face climbs, Warrior Waitress and Welcome to the Dark Side


Medium nuts, small cams to 3.5", gear anchor consisting of medium nuts to gear from 1" to 4". Rappel Warrior Waitress or what is called Caravans in the Lewis/Croft guidebook.


Really like this slug fest. I gave it a 5.9 as a heads up for average 5.8 leaders--who would get totally schooled. This is a pretty strenuous little climb, but it does protect well. My wife, with small hands and only 5'3" had to work extra hard. Small people beware. Jun 21, 2016
jt newgard
San Diego, CA
jt newgard   San Diego, CA
I'm an average 5.8 leader...and received some schooling...haha. I was thrutching up the fist jam section, when near the top the crack narrowed to cupped hands (not a very nice size). My jam slipped out when I went to move up and took a short fall on a #4. Got back up there and focused on keeping my feet secure in the crack and moved through no problem.

Pretty fun climb. Jan 20, 2018