Type: Trad, 50 ft (15 m)
FA: Jim Beyer
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Shared By: Colby Wayment on Mar 27, 2014
Admins: slim, Andrew Gram, Perin Blanchard, GRK, D Crane

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This is the crack about 15 feet right of "30 seconds over Potash." Start with some hands and short wide pods that take you to an offwidth, which as the name implies, is best climbed "right side in." Near the top some smaller gear can be placed in a seam. At the thin seam, face climb up and left to rock over the vertical section.

This is actually not that bad of a route and would be better if there were an anchor. Currently, you could use the anchor by "30 seconds," but that would probably be in the way of the masses. So, it is possible to traverse to the (climber's) right to the obscure "bolted route," about 30 feet right of "30 seconds) and lower down. At this point, the "Bolted Route" (5.11a) can be TR'd.

This route, with some large cams, would be a good route for those working on their offwidth skills.

Protection Suggest change

Some finger sized pieces, hands, and cams up to 6".

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