Avg: 3 from 1 vote
|Type:||Trad, 80 ft|
|FA:||A. Whitmore, Z. Drobnik, S. Hoffman|
|Page Views:||82 total · 2/month|
|Shared By:||Andrew M Whitmore on Sep 28, 2014|
DescriptionA steep 1/2" to 1" crack in beautifully smooth red and pink rock defines the first half of this route. Climb up moderate rock to the base of the crack (no pro). Load up on gear from a good stance and then power through the next 30' of crack. A pumpy yet secure traverse left joins a right-facing dihedral and it's moderate crack. Follow to chains. The left-hand start comes in at 5.9+.
A very shady climb. Sees limited sunlight at the height of summer.
LocationBackside of the Dregs. Go all the way to the top of the southside of the main crag. The chains for "Indian Leg-Wrestling" are off to the west. Descend a faint trail through steep/thick lodgepole pine for 150'. Follow the toe of the rock buttress back to the south, crossing some large gneiss slabs. "Anti-Clique Crack" is just a bit south (left) of center starting about 30' north (right) of "Time Lapse".
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