Avg: 2.6 from 36 votes
|FA:||Marty Lewis, Brian Ketron, 8/1994|
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A right-leaning crack with relatively easy entry climbing to a higher first bolt than its harder partner to the left, Galileo. Some grainy jamming could be useful, so plan your kit accordingly. A worthy route with unique style overshadowed by others at the cliff.
Folks have noted a "sketchy flake" on this around bolt four, but it seemed solid enough to me. A helmet is never a bad idea, but this route was put up in 1994 and the holds have definitely been tested by now.
Between Galileo and Bubonic; the second bolt line to the right of the obvious right-leaning chimney on the right side of the crag.