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Shared By: steple on Jul 8, 2011
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Access Issue: Remember to fill out a wilderness permit, even if climbing for the day! Details


The "Green Hornet" is a beautiful line through the center of the overhanging face of the wave like shaped Mandala of Tram boulder. Using a fingerlock, gain a good hold high in the wave, then reach high and right for a tiny 3 finger crimp. Gain a another shallow crimp with your left and throw for the black knob.

This problem might be the best at it's grade at Tram.


Pad, spotters. Avoid Tree.


Euan Cameron
Mammoth Lakes
Euan Cameron   Mammoth Lakes  
A nice problem, although after it was done it did feel a little short for classic status. Jun 16, 2013
V3 if your 6ft or taller. Aug 11, 2013
Clif Clap  
Will be easier if you’re 6ft or taller, and on the easier side of 5 regardless of height, but harder than v3. The adjacent route to the right feels solid at 3 and is definitely easier. Sep 3, 2018