Type: Trad, 60 ft
FA: Dustin Dearborn, Rob Niles
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Shared By: Rob Niles on Jun 7, 2017
Admins: Luc-514, Kris Fiore

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Description

The beautiful finger/hand crack in the large corner beneath the roof. The most striking line at the cliff. Jam and stem to a fixed anchor beneath the roof. Lower off here, or better yet, make burly moves (5.11) through the roof to a bolted anchor 20' above.

  • *Note: A piton lower off anchor was found about half way up the route on the right side from a previous attempt by an unknown party. It is unknown whether they were attempting the crack or the corner. This was the only sign of previous human traffic at Black Mtn.

Location

A short distance beyond Wild Black.

Protection

Standard rack to 3". Larger cams for the roof variation.

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