Type: Trad, 60 ft (18 m)
FA: Pat Callis, Brian Leo
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Shared By: nmiller on Jul 10, 2016
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Thin hands crack followed by a traverse, then up the south arete to the top. Two anchors to choose from. As the Bishop guide indicates, you can chimney up a ways to a good stance before pulling into the crack, but the direct start is good climbing on solid jams. A little harder, maybe 5.9 if you don't use the opposite wall.


on the southeast rock, starting halfway through the corridor.


rack to 3", extras around .75 and 1. You can place a 4" piece on the traverse but not needed. Beware some hollow sounding rock inside the crack half-height, protection is good above and below.