Type: Trad, TR, 50 ft (15 m)
FA: D. Cramer, J. Baird (1989)
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Shared By: Jon Nelson on May 22, 2013
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Climb up to a thin crack (~5.9). The lower (splitter part) of the crack can be entered from the left side, either at the very bottom or in the middle. Even the easier way from the middle is probably 11a. The splitter part turns into a groove that is much easier, taking one up to a small roof.  At the roof, where the crack arcs left, climb straight up onto the slab past three bolts (crux). The apparent runout at the top is on much easier slab (~5.7).


On a small buttress just up and right of Spineless.


Thin gear at the bottom. For the top slab, three new 1/2" bolts. 

Also, a new bolted anchor at the top. 

For TRing, it may be easier to use the chain on the tree.