Type: Trad, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: Josh Smith, Kevin O'Brien
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Shared By: Josh Smith on Nov 16, 2014
Admins: Jason Halladay, Mike Hoskins, Anna Brown

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A very fun route that is only marred by a bit of crumbly 4th class scrambling to get to the base of the crack. The crux is over in the first twenty feet, and the rest of the route is fun 5.10 rambling up solid rock.

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This route is almost all the way down to where the upper cliff joins the main cliff. The Haymaker ledge is probably the best landmark; from there, walk downstream 30 feet.
Start the route from the left by scrambling up some scary blocks that are a bit more solid than they look onto a ledge about fifteen feet off the ground. These did not pry off, but be careful here. Your first gear will be #0.4s in the obvious crack.

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3 each #0.2 to #1
2 each #2
Medium nuts optional but helpful in a couple of places.