Type: Trad, 75 ft
FA: Pat Flemming, Dave Asscherick 1994 Ground Up
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Shared By: Kirtis Courkamp on Sep 21, 2015
Admins: Andrew Gram, Peter Gram, Greg Parker, Mike Madsen, Mark Rafferty

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Description

Do you enjoy hand jams, finger locks, fins, and hard crystal pulling? How about all of that in one route. This route has it all and is a true classic on high quality rock that surprisingly is free of moss and liken.

This route climbs the left arête then transitions right under the roof to some flakes and a bolt. From there the route follows the flakes and the finger / hand crack to a bulge at the top.

Location

¼ mile up trail 14 take a left (east) up the hill and seek out the prominent spire.

Protection

Single Rack to a bd # 3 double up maybe on the .4 - 2 bd stuff if you plan on sewing it up. There is one bolt about 1/3 of the way off you can see it from the ground.

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