Avg: 3 from 2 votes
|Type:||Sport, 70 ft|
|FA:||Jason Halladay, Allison Fritz|
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|Shared By:||Jason Halladay on Nov 7, 2017|
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DescriptionThin, sharp crimps typify the meaty business of this line ending in some fun arête slapping to the anchors.
Start up the corner/crack just right of Tiny Propeller. This corner/crack is Hard Yakka, a 5.9 wide crack route. Clip a few bolts out right. At the third bolt commit to the face and move out right towards the blunt arête and a couple more clips. A creaky but great flake (go easy on this) just below the fifth bolt offers a good shake before the bulge.
Crimp hard through thin, sharp crimps passing bolts five and six to another good but potentially breakable jug rest on the arête (again, go easy on it.) Move back left into the shallow corner and the crux of the route on poor crimps to a killer two-finger pocket on the face and up to a jug horn.
Weave back to the right to the airy arête-slapping finish.
This will likely feel harder the shorter you are.