Type: Trad, 100 ft
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Shared By: Salamanizer suchoski on May 2, 2015
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Start up by stemming in a shallow corner with a thin finger crack. Work your way up and the crack turns into perfect hands before widening up to a short wide section with a splitter crack in the back. The crack then pinches back down to perfect hands before finishing on a nice big ledge.


The furthest crack climb on the left side of Eagle Rock. It's an obvious shallow left facing dihedral that begs to be climbed. Two bolt anchor (metolius rap hangers) on top. Careful, it's about 105ft rappel, so a 60m rope just barely makes it to the ground.


Cams, .5"-3"
Nuts, 1 set.