Type: Trad, 80 ft (24 m)
FA: Tom Beck, Steve House. December 1998
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Shared By: Edward Pyune on Jan 4, 2013 · Updates
Admins: Luke EF, Larry DeAngelo, Aaron Mc, Justin Johnsen

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Climb the bigger crack 15' to the right of the finger crack to the anchor shared with Doin' the Good Drive and Car Talk.

There are a number of intimidating sections but if you look around there are good feet to progress through them. There are a couple off-width moves to get through the lower-mid pods however, is mostly hands.

The crux is the top varnished section where you have to get onto the face with limited gear. The crack is flaring below and within this thinner section which makes it feel more heady than it actually is.

Location Suggest change

This can be started with the flake to the right of the finger crack or at the base of the crack around the bush.

Protection Suggest change

Double standard rack to 3" + nuts. (An extra #1 can be helpful as the climb takes them well)