Type: Trad, Alpine, 65 ft
FA: Lori Crowningshield and Jim Lawyer, August 19th 2007
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Shared By: Nolan Huther on Jul 4, 2017
Admins: Jim Lawyer

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An obvious left-leaning crack featured with many stances, horns and a brief crux.
Up ledgy terrain in a broken right-facing corner. Pull onto a ledge underneath an overhang split by a hand crack. Jam through this secure but sharp-sided crack (crux) as it brutalizes your hands. A step left can avoid some grass stuck in the very top of the crack, then scramble up ledges to find a belay in a left-facing corner.
Avoid trampling the sensitive alpine vegetation as much as possible!


A #3 Camalot or equivalent is nice for the crux


Start about 30’ left of Wright Wrong Chimney, at the left end of a knee-high ledge that runs along the base of the cliff


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