Type: Trad, 150 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: JF1 on Sep 8, 2013
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This is the overhanging jam crack to the right of Firewater. We approached via the small roof for the first pitch. Climbing it as multiple pitches allows for a tighter belay at the cruxy second pitch start.


Left of Firewater, you should be able to see the old slings at the top of the first pitch.


Single rack to #5 camalot with a #3 and #2 for an anchor.


Brent Barghahn
Brent Barghahn   SLC, UT
May as well be called Tour de Bird Poop. Obviously not traveled as much as its crisp edged neighbors. A fun challenge if you like the wide and dirty. You'll be more than happy to grab that bird poop flake after wiggling into the overhung off-fist pod. A #5 can be avoided using finger sized horizontals at the top. We used the Raindance anchor then walked to Tribal Boundaries to rappel. Sep 7, 2016