Type: Trad, 55 ft
FA: Peter Croft and Tami Knight, 1980
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Start on some face moves up to the crack (despite initial appearance the moves are trivial until your first piece of protection.) A short and powerful sequence leads up to some body-weight fingerlocks, followed by a bouldery mantle and some technical movement to a no-hands rest at the perpendicular crack. Engaging 5.10 fingerlocks take you through the top half as the grade eventually eases off.


About three or four minutes north of Liquid Gold, if you reach South-South-Gully you went too far. Look for a right-trending finger crack that begins ten feet off the ground above a featured face.


Doubles from blue Metolius to red C4. Optional gold C4. Bolts and a rap ring at the top.


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Ralph Swansen
Denver CO
  5.11 PG13
Ralph Swansen   Denver CO
  5.11 PG13
The first gear placement is at the crux about 15 feet off the ground and is a very tough and not so good placement in a flaring crack.

Harder for big fingers. Jul 16, 2018