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Thin to hands crack leads up to off-width climbing. About half way up, the crack turns 90 degrees to the right for 5-6 feet and eventually turns sharply upward again never leaving off-width size. Fun and interesting moves.


Obvious crack in the middle of Sandy Cove Area #1 in Michelle's book.


Standard rack with larger sizes for the off-width sections. You could bring doubles of 5-8" and place them all. Bolted anchors.


Russ Walling
Russ Walling   www.FishProducts.com
Good route. Has about 2ft 9" of actual offwidth on the route, found in the first pod. We had nothing bigger than a #4 Camalot and I did not even place it.
You can get a 1/2" cam and a small wired nut in the back of the flare to protect that crux without large pro. The rest takes standard stuff, a few big nuts, and up to about a 3.5 Camalot.
Bring a few slings to keep rope drag at bay since it sorta wanders. Oct 10, 2016