Type: Trad, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: August 2015, Paul Cerone
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Shared By: Jay Harrison on Oct 3, 2015
Admins: Morgan Patterson, Jim Lawyer, Kevin MudRat MacKenzie

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A pumpy and committing crux, interesting climbing for the entire way.
Once you've reached the large ledge 15' up, move up a sloping rounded ramp to a stance under the midpoint of a horizontal crack out of reach above. Make a bold move to snag the crack, sweat out the pump while you place gear, then move up and right, touching the right-rising, flared crack of Solar Grace, before moving up and left along a column of knobs to a left-facing flake. Up this to a stance, then up and left on a knobby face with a couple horizontal cracks and a couple bolts, to a ledge just below the tree anchor of Solar Grace.


Begin as for Solar Grace or, optionally, as for Second Helping. For the former (original ascent), look for the vertical crack on the left edge of a filthy slab. For the latter, find the right-rising crack/mini-ramp right of Second Amendment's start.


Small trad rack, up to 2", and QDs.