Type: Trad, 100 ft
FA: Mike Head et. al. ca. 1978
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Access Issue: Placement of bolts/fixed anchors is prohibited in Wilderness Study Areas Details


Place good wired nuts in a lower crack, traverse right and upward to a good rest stance. Clip the fixed pin and negotiate the bulge, the crux. Easier climbing leads to a large ledge.


The route is a bit uphill of Murray's Crack. The start is clean rock with small cracks which diagonal upwards from left to right. Descent: belay and scramble right on the large ledge until you come to the Finger Zinger anchors. Rap from these anchors with two ropes.


Standard Organ trad rack with an emphasis on smaller gear. There is a fixed pin on the route.


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