Type: Trad, 90 ft
FA: Tim Beaman and Patrick Purcell, 1988
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Shared By: Nolan Huther on Aug 26, 2018
Admins: Jim Lawyer

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Description

Hidden in plain sight, this excellent crack is underrated and underclimbed. It features clean, well protected rock and beautiful positioning on the center of a buttress overlooking the cliff and valley below. A must do for those seeking out quality crack climbing.

A bouldery move a few feet off the deck leads to the left-facing corner with a steep finger crack. Step right on a sloped shelf to a hand crack. Follow this crack to the top. Belay on hand-sized gear near the top, or continue further back to the trees. Rappel Fun City for the most convenient descent

Location

The crack splitting the buttress to the left of the corner of Fun City. Scramble up the ledge to the right of the start of Fun City and belay under the left-facing corner

Protection

Emphasis on finger-sized pieces may be appreciated

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