Type: Trad, 100 ft
FA: 1972 Roy Kligfield and Kevin Bein
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Shared By: chris_vultaggio on Jul 1, 2014
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Description

Thin face moves (some folks start on Alley Oop) for the direct start are a bit spicy on gear. Interesting climbing gets progressively harder up to the crux ceiling, with a committing move up to the overhang. A fixed pin (and bomber gear) await under the overhang making the crux totally G, although the moves leading up to it are a bit harder to protect.

Location

Start slightly downhill and right from Alley Oop.

Protection

Standard Gunks rack - a few creative nut placements along the way.

After the crux roof, you can head left and lower or redirect to the Alley Oop fixed anchor, or continue up the face to the GT ledge.

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