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|Type:||Trad, 80 ft|
|FA:||4th June 2014 Jay Harrison, Tom Lane, Ben Brooke|
|Page Views:||133 total, 3/month|
|Shared By:||Jay Harrison on Jun 5, 2014|
DescriptionDelightful offwidth moves surmount the initial crack, reaching a stance beneath the left side of an overhanging block. Climb into the bottomless chimney along the left side of that block, and go through the overhanging blocks to a good stance. Climb stacked blocks to another stance, then follow a narrow ramp up and left along the steep face on the left. Make a committing move left to reach a right-facing, 2m tall open book. Climb it to its top, then move along the dirty slab up and left to belay.
LocationThis is the slightly-less-than-squeeze chimney 50' right and down from Caterpillar Chimney, about 60' upslope from the crag's lower corner.
Descend via rappel, being careful to choose a solid tree. Note that the shadbush used by the original ascent party is probably not a good longterm anchor.
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