Type: Trad, 70 ft (21 m)
FA: 2013
Page Views: 540 total · 6/month
Shared By: Jay Harrison on Mar 10, 2014
Admins: Jim Lawyer, Morgan Patterson

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Begin as for Jammer; but at the end of the opening handcrack, hand-traverse right along the horizontal to a right-rising crack. This second crux accesses a bit of easy slab climbing, up and left to a face with twin short cracks. Climb up the cracks and face to a left-slanting horizontal, step up and slightly left on a sloping ramp beneath a steepening face. One bolt leads the way on the final crux section to a short horizontal, where a delicate step right achieves a left-rising, flaring crack (this is also the top of the Gray-Soiinto variation of the Gray-Harrison).
A bit contrived, with its shared start and finish, but this route links a bunch of interesting, and otherwise-ignored features.


Same as Jammer: the 15' tall, vertical tight-hands crack just right of the Scramble-up.


Standard Rack; may want doubles of .5" to 1". Also, C3s come in handy.


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