Type: Trad, TR, 30 ft (9 m)
FA: Cristobal Diaz & Dinesh Kaigonhalli, Oct/Nov 1992
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Shared By: Aravind Selvam on Jan 6, 2018
Admins: Gunkswest, Gokul G

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A pair of rightward angling cracks on orange streaked rock, start out at fingers and turn to hands when they meet 10 feet up and continue angling right until they join the vertical crack from neighboring Rush Hour, about 20 feet up. Thin to good hands to the top from here. Top out to the left of the crack.


On the main High Noon wall, just left of the vertical crack (Rush Hour), and right of a chimney (Sweet Smell of Guano).


Well protected with a set of nuts and small set of cams (Camalots 0.5 to 2). Top anchor can be built by slinging a couple of boulders and horns. Carry about 30 feet of cord/webbing and some slings for the top anchor.