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Type: Trad, TR, 40 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Camilla Rinman on Jul 29, 2012
Admins: Justin Johnsen

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Description

Easy climbing following the left leaning crack all the way up. Good route for kids and beginners who have never climbed outdoors before.

Location

Located on the far left, around the corner from where the path reaches the base of Trippy Rock. Route follows the obvious, left-leaning crack all the way to the top. Really easy access to set up top rope, just continue uphill.

Protection

Has a bolted anchor for top roping.

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This route is fairly easy but I don't think it's good for beginners to TR. The anchors are far to the right and if you take a fall from the crack you get swung pretty far. Nothing that was dangerous, just a little startling for true beginners. If you had a cam to place at the top of the crack as a directional it would be much more doable. That being said, if you don't mind the potential for a swing, it's a fun, simple route. Tweedle Doo, to the right, is much better for a new climbers. Jun 15, 2018

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