Type: Trad, TR, 55 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Brian Hagerty on Apr 9, 2012
Admins: grk10vq, Zach Wahrer

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Description

Face climb right down low when things get thin for .10c/d and there will be no excuses for skipping the last 6' to the anchors.

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MTKirk
Billings, MT
MTKirk   Billings, MT
@ 45.803098,-108.587881 Highly recommend! Don't let the grade scare you, if you can climb 10 crack you'll have a blast on top rope, if you've got big fingers you'll probably have to bypass the thin part. A finger size cam directional is handy, if you pop off under the overhang it can be a chore to get back on. Nov 8, 2012
Taylor Keating
Boulder, CO
Taylor Keating   Boulder, CO
Recently was projecting this sucker. Here's what you'll need to really sew it up... one gray and green smaller camalot for down low, one small blue camalot to protect the really thin crux, one tiny yellow x4 at the rest does nicely but is not neccessary, two 2" yellow camalots for the hand crack, and one 1" red camalot (with a runner) to protect the final awkward flaring bulge at the top. I recommend rapping down and scoping out the gear placements before leading it since the crack is flaring and you could make several bad placements trying to onsight it. May 12, 2015