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FA: Dellinges
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Shared By: Bryan Lang on Jan 25, 2017
Admins: M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Description

one long pitch. This climb begins at the right side of the large block just right of Jammies. Third class up the right side of those blocks to a single bolt that will assist with the belay anchor. The climb follows the chimney. Inside on the facing wall is a hand to finger crack that leads a long way before narrowing. Save a #4 Camelot for the crack on the left before climbing over the bulge on the right to the bolt belay behind the above tree. There is a little bit of a run-out to the belay. When rappelling, go to the outside of the chimney at first chance and rappel the face to avoid rope snag. Stoppers are useful in the upper finger crack.

Location

Right of Jammies, in a large chimney

Protection

small to medium and one 4"

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