Type: Trad, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: Keith Reynolds
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Shared By: JD Merritt on Oct 28, 2014
Admins: slim, Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, GRK, D C

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The thin crack to the right of Mudslide, behind the Annunaki pillar. This route will rarely be clean due to runoff, but it climbs well. First, head up blocky rock to a horizontal. From here, the crack is gone. Climb a thin 5.10- R face, taking care to blow dirt off the holds. In a shallow pod one can dig in a couple lobes of very small cams (0c3), but it is unlikely that they would hold a fall. Get to a stance and place tips sized gear.
Fire 40 feet of tips to fingers until you can stem across to the Annunaki pillar. Chimmney beside an intermittent crack to the top, finishing at a window.

Location Suggest change

To the right of Mudslide behind the Annunaki Pillar.

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00, 0 C3, 6-8 cams in the tips size (0.3), 6 cams in the fingers size (0.4), 2 BD .5, 2 .75, 1 #1, 1 #2. 1 #3 for the horizontal at the bottom.

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