Type: Trad
FA: Whit Magro, Justin Griffin. 2007
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Shared By: tate dunkel on Jun 27, 2018 · Updates
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Starts up the same lichen covered crustiness as Father's Day. As soon as the rock steepens, enjoy clean and pretty granite while pulling on edges and an obvious small crack that protects very well with cams or wires. When you reach the roof, take a breath, slot a good piece, and easily pull the roof by campusing up the thin hands crack via one arm pull-ups like a champ. At the next small roof it is possible to traverse left over to a bolted anchor or continue straight up and right to past two pitons to a bolted anchor below a small overlap. It is recommended to climb shirtless as the area is known to harbor a large number of hardy Bozemanites.

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When the main approach trail reaches The Tower, look up.

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Gear to 3"

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