Type: Trad, TR, 110 ft
FA: Jim Humphries, Mindy Shulak, late 70s
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Shared By: Nick Stayner on Aug 7, 2011 with improvements by Matt Wenger
Admins: grk10vq, Zach Wahrer

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Description

Really fun, varied climbing. Stemming and liebacking up a low-angle dihedral leads to an awesome overhanging fingers/face climbing finish atypical of the Gally. Seems to have cleaned up nicely. Known as "Jimbo's" in the Vassilopoulos guidebook.

Location

Right side of the south face of the Waltz's first tier. Obvious left-facing dihedral.

Protection

A good range of cams and stoppers from fingers to hands, mostly fingers. Two bolt chain anchor on top of the pitch. A 70 works best for lowering/TRing, but a 60 could probably work with some minor trickery.

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