Type: Trad, 70 ft
FA: J. Howle and Art Sable, 1989
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Shared By: Lurker on Feb 27, 2012
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Description

Fingers and hands crack. Crux is pretty low, ~20' off the ground. Continue up to upper chain anchors (not to rap rings for Slam Dunk, the bolted .12 to the right).

Location

Last obvious crack at the right side of the main wall, just left of a line of bolts. In front of the large ponderosa pine.

Protection

Gear to 3", chain anchors

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cjdrover
Watertown, MA
 
cjdrover   Watertown, MA
 
RP's or brassies for the start, but they are pretty bomber and you can get several in. Sep 20, 2016