Type: Trad, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: Bill Robbins, Paul Certa 1989
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Shared By: C Hopwood on May 4, 2013 · Updates
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Description

On the recommended routes list in the Yoder/Ford guidebook. Stem your way up between a dihedral and pillar, placing gear into the dihedral crack. There is a large chockstone at ~70 feet that has slings around it that used to serve as the end of the route--climb past this another 30 feet to the new bolted chain anchors.

Location

Between the two sport 5.9s Whipsaw and Throbbing Gristle. If you continue to the top, walk a few routes to the East (climber's right) to an obvious rap station.

Protection

Standard rack, on the bigger size. The crack is fairly uniform at about #2 & #3 Camalots most of the way, widening to #4 in the top bit past the chockstone.

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