Type: Trad, TR, 60 ft
FA: Bob Clark, Ken N. June 1980
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Shared By: Kurtz on Aug 27, 2012
Admins: Morgan Patterson

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Description

Comprised of two very short pitches. The first is a 4th class scramble up a gully to a large ledge. The second is an obvious finger crack up a more vertical face. The crack takes a ton of pro, but the feet aren't great so beginning leaders should take care.

Location

This climb is located just to the right of Cracked Wall. Scramble over the top and walk off right through the "party zone". Hop over the short wall to the descent trail.

Protection

Small rack. Trees at top.

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micah richard
Litchfield, Connecticut
micah richard   Litchfield, Connecticut
A fine,short, well protected lead. Worth doing. A bit awkward. Most people ignore the first nasty gully "pitch" and walk around to the right to gain the upper crack. Aug 22, 2013
DPas
 
DPas  
 
Do this climb if you have a small rack with you. Worth while on your way up, or down the approach trail. Aug 3, 2015