Type: Trad, 65 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Benjamin Chapman on Aug 11, 2016
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Buster climbs the crack twenty feet left of the right side of the wall to a slab split by a thin crack/seam.


Right side of the wall. Twenty feet left of the right end of the wall. Begin below a large triangular block that protrudes from the wall at mid-height.


Standard rack.


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Lauren Yee
Seattle, WA
Lauren Yee   Seattle, WA
Enjoyable route! There are thin twin finger cracks that leads up to the anchor. It was a great size for me but larger hands may find it more challenging. There are two pods on the left crack and one pod on the right crack you can use for fingers. I was able to get an offset .1/.2 cam in the left crack between the pods to help protect. 3 or so moves and then you're at the top. A friend with larger hands enjoyed the twin seams/cracks less than me since he could only get finger tips. Jul 26, 2017