Type: Trad, 112 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Patrick Mulligan on Jun 24, 2013
Admins: Aron Quiter, Lurker, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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This finger crack climbs the broken face and short finger crack to a ledge just above the middle of the third tier ledge. Then the main crack leads you to the chains (and through a bush) another 80' higher. Gear can be finicky, but its all there.


See topo on main Woodfords Page for location of route.


doubles of nuts to finger sized cams and singles to 2". Micro cams are helpful


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Reno, NV
  5.10b PG13
BruceB   Reno, NV
  5.10b PG13
Thin friction and balancy moves through the crux. Pros nicely with care. Many micro to finger size cams recommended. I couldn't get wired nuts to work very well, but that's not to say they couldn't in the right hands. Needs 70m rope.
Slightly gritty right now, but would clean up nicely with more use. May 5, 2014
Kenny Thompson
Cottage grove oregon
Kenny Thompson   Cottage grove oregon
This is a great route! Jun 12, 2014
Mike McL
South Lake Tahoe, CA
Mike McL   South Lake Tahoe, CA
offset cams are very useful for this route. There are lots of flaring cracks in the middle of the route that eat up offset cams. Bring 'em if you have 'em. Oct 3, 2015
Zephyr Cove, NV
Ensign   Zephyr Cove, NV
I would second Mike McL's recommendation for the offset cams. I found offset aliens and HB offset nuts quite useful. You'd probably be ok without them, but it was nice being able to securely protect those flaring sections. Overall a good route, definitely worth doing. Jul 1, 2017