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Type: Trad, 65 ft
FA: Chad Davis late 90s
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Shared By: Creed A on Oct 6, 2014
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Description

The crux is pulling off the ground in a thin finger crack dihedral. Follow the dihedral to a ledge. Work up the face using good pro in horizontal cracks. When the face above gets really dirty, step left and encounter a second short crux before more easy climbing to the top.

Location

15 ft right of an arete. Look for a hanging dihedral with a little finger crack. (See crappy picture)

Protection

Standard Rack with an Optional #4. Be prepared to build a gear anchor. The only tree near the top of this route is completely dead and would not be safe for belay or repel. This route would actually be an excellent candidate for a bolted anchor.

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