Type: TR, 60 ft (18 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: dragons on Nov 19, 2011
Admins: Joe M., Old Timer, jim.dangle

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Little Inch climbs a crack which is about 15 feet left of Boardwalk and goes pretty directly up, angling to the right around a large block about midway. It's a little harder than Boardwalk, since some holds are less obvious and thinner. Another fun climb.


Little Inch starts by following a thin, vertical crack about 15 feet left of Boardwalk, on G Wall. About halfway up, you reach a giant block on your left; climb just right of that. Then angle left a bit, and finally climb straight up. The end is a little bit left of the end to Boardwalk. So, if you want to be strict about climbing to the end of the route, you will want to place your anchor left of the anchor for Boardwalk.


The top rope set up is similar to that for Boardwalk. Head past H Wall using the stone path. Take the obvious trail to the left, and turn left to reach the peak. There, you find two trees and two giant, old, but sturdy, metal staples at the top which can be used to anchor (about 50 feet of slings should be plenty). Make sure your rope is not running over the sharp edges of rock near the top!

The top of Little Inch is somewhat to the left of Boardwalk, so you will want to set your anchor to the left of the blocky overhang where Boardwalk ends.


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