Type: Trad, 70 ft (21 m)
FA: Bill Dodd, Patrick Purcell, August 8, 1988
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Shared By: Luc-514 on Jun 23, 2014
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Description

Balance up the stacked rocks (due to the grounds erosion) and climb up the featured slab under the bolt 5.4R, the last stretch before the bolt got a bit trickier since a large hollow flake came off.

Line up a small crack (small nuts) to the next bolt for added protection.

Awkward options to reach the belay anchor, on the left mantling up a greasy slopping ledge or on the right using the squeeze chimney for support to a left balance move.

The anchor is shared with Flexi-Flyer and can be used to set up a top-rope on it.

Location

Just left of the left facing arching offwidth.

Protection

2 bolts, small pieces.

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