Type: Trad, 60 ft (18 m)
FA: Terry Lien, Jon Nelson, 84
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Shared By: Derek Pearson on Jul 23, 2016
Admins: Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick, Zachary Winters

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Nice finger crack with a nice view of the Quarry wall. It's short pitch but a great test piece for Index finger crack climbing.

Location Suggest change

This climb is accessed by climbing Thin Fingers or Tatoosh or With Apologies to Walter B and Quarry Crack. Witch ever pitch is dry will sometimes determine your choice for you. To belay at the start of this pitch it is best to tie off to the big tree on the big ledge since there is not a bolt belay positioned at the start. The closest belay is the Quarry crack belay but it is to far right. One can also make a anchor with gear. A 70m rope is best since you most likely will rap Quarry Crack. You can Rap Thin Fingers or WATWB also but take care.

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Stoppers work well on this pitch in places as well as cams. Single rack of BD 000 to BD 1 would be more then enough. I cant remember the exact sequence of gear. I replaced the anchor on top with two stainless bolts and hangers with chains, but the chains are not stainless.