Type: Trad, 50 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Train4life on Apr 10, 2014
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Access Issue: Seasonal Closure - 2018 Update Details

Description

When you come through the slot and get to Owl Ledge. There is a crack on the "climber's left" that is just before the direct 10- variation crack! It is a great, hard hand crack that requires a serious pull with awkward feet in the crack and on the face. After you pull the crack, it goes to a 5.9 traverse with great hand jams but cuts out on feet. Once pulled it gets to 4th class or easy 5th class climbing! Great variation finish!

Location

After coming out of The Owl slot, look to your left, and you will see a left-leaning hand crack. This is hard to miss!

Protection

Cams #0.5-#2.

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Kaz Hatfield
Firestone
  5.10
Kaz Hatfield   Firestone
  5.10
This is the same route as Cozyhang 10a Variation. In the guidebook, it's actually called Cozyhang Direct Finsh, and as I've stated before, I feel like it's 10a only with jammies. Tape alone your hands seem to slip or slide down the crack unless you're a crack master which I'm not! Without jammies, it may feel more like 10c/d. Jul 12, 2018