Type: Trad, 30 ft (9 m)
FA: unknown
Page Views: 350 total · 9/month
Shared By: slim on May 14, 2018 · Updates
Admins: Mark Roberts, Mauricio Herrera Cuadra, Kate Lynn, Braden Batsford

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Description

The name of the route is somewhat of a misnomer, as there are no fist jams to be had.  This route climbs a short, steep, and slightly leaning flared crack using off fingers and thin hand jams.  If you have ever climbed at Vedauwoo, this will remind you of one of those 'harder than they look' routes that are oh so similar.  The right foot can be problematic most of the way.

Overall, this is a very good route that could use a bit more traffic to clean off some of the moss.  One knock against this route is that the route could use a convenient anchor. I was kind of surprised by this as the other routes at this crag have handy anchors.

Location

the pink cliff is somewhat divided in half, with a slabby section on the left and a couple steep dihedrals on the right.  this route is on the right half of the crag and climbs the left of two prominent right facing dihedrals.  it is a striking line - you can't miss it.

Protection

off fingers to thin hands cams - 0.5 camalot to #1 camalot, maybe a #2 camalot for the top.

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