Type: Trad, TR, 75 ft
FA: David Bruneau
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Shared By: David Bruneau on Jul 28, 2015
Admins: Phil Stennett

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There is an excellent hand crack starting half way up the Tiger Slab. Directly below it is very blank.

To get to the crack, start 20 feet right of the crack up a shallow corner for about 30 feet, until the obvious horizontal crack. Traverse left for 20 feet along this horizontal past a block (solid to hold, not for gear) to the base of the hand crack. Climb the hand crack through a break. When the crack peters out, exit to the right via reachy moves.


Up another rough trail past the other routes on Tiger Slab.


Standard rack to 4 Camalot. Double up on 75, 1 and 2 Camalot if it's at your limit. Excellent Pro.

Top anchor is a tree at the lip of the cliff, there is a bit of rope and a mallion in place as a rap station. The rap station is roughly half way between the start and finish of the route so the route can be cleaned on rappel or toproped without a dangerous swing.


Another super route! A must-do. Was a little wet yesterday (April 30) but still doable. Kudos to the developers - nice work David. May 1, 2016
David Bruneau
St. John
David Bruneau   St. John
Very dry today, felt far easier than the FA as the crack was damp then, from just being cleaned. Jul 10, 2016