Type: Trad, 60 ft (18 m)
FA: Darryl Cramer and Jon Nelson (July 29, 2012)
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Shared By: Jon Nelson on Jul 30, 2012
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Generally follows a right-facing corner.

Starts with a short hand crack that goes to a sloping ramp below the corner. Do several bolt-protected layback moves into the corner. When the good layback edges fade (at 3rd bolt), stem right onto the large knob and then move right to climb up the knobby face. At the top of the face, step back left over the top of the corner and trend up and left to the chained anchor on Robin's Ramp.


Left of Robin's Ramp, just left of obvious finger crack. Shares the same start as Hips and Valleys.


Large cam for hand crack at bottom, small wires (brass nuts useful) to protect the clip to the first bolt, at least 4 quickdraws for the 4 bolts, and some finger-to-hand-sized pieces for the top.