Type: Trad, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: Brennan, Bill Sorensen '69, FFA: Brennan, Fielden, Shervem '73
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Shared By: Nathan W. on Oct 7, 2013 · Updates
Admins: Cory B, Mike Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer Ski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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A highly recommended start to the main crack. Hands down, the best of the three cracks! The crux is the thin left-leaning crack off the deck. It's mostly tips for about ten feet with pockets along the way for solid jams. The thin crack meets up with the right-leaning crack (Elephant Walk 5.7) and turns to solid hands. The first pitch can be top-roped. Three-bolt rap anchor at the top.(60 meter rope and some down-climbing just makes it, 70 meter works fine). Rap from here or continue up Elephant walk

The pitch is, IMO, one of Tollhouse Rock's best lines, stellar/ secure jamming for 100' at such a moderate grade makes for an awesome climb. A must-do for anyone climbing at Tollhouse.

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The route starts to the left of a right-facing corner (Beginner's Right 5.7)a few hundred feet left of Tollhouse Traverse and about 25 feet right of Elephant Walk. At the base of the crack is a tree with a block leaning on it, start around here.

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Nuts to 3"
Doubles of thin pro for the start
1 70 Meter rope preferred if you're only doing the first pitch, 60 meter is fine if you're doing the entire climb
Bolted Anchors