Type: Trad, 60 ft
FA: Tom Souders, Mark Schorle 1991
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Shared By: TomCaldwell on Oct 19, 2011
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Access Issue: Partial closure due to historical and archaeological sites. Details


A beautifully difficult finger crack.

Start below an overhanging finger crack that runs through a bulge. Start the boulder problem, get some high gear and crank through the flared finger jams. Once established above the bulge, the crack turns into a moderate hand crack and face climb. There is a few spots of loose rock up high, but nothing to worry about.


Left side of the wall, next section of rock after the Sam I Am route.


Focus on the finger size gear, doubles in the .4-.75 range (Metolius sizes work very well also), singles to #3 camalot, tri-cams and nuts may come in handy. Long slings are not necessary and most things can be clipped direct. Two-bolt anchor on a nice ledge.


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