Type: Trad, 34 ft (10 m)
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Shared By: Jason Halladay on Sep 9, 2018
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Description Suggest change

A very fun route consisting of mostly face climbing and laybacking with a crack for protection. Start below the wide hands crack and slab/face climb up using the crack for protection. When the rock steepens, the protection gets small and thin. Climb through the tricky, sequential crux to reach the tight hands crack above. Enjoy crack on the left, good edges on the right face to the top.

This route can easily be setup on TR by an easy walk-up the backside. This also allows for easy retrieval of anchor gear if leading the route. 

Location Suggest change

The left of two cracks on the east-facing wall in the Great Crevice at Far Rock. 

Protection Suggest change

#3 and #2 camalot in the wider crack down low. A 00 C3 and #2 Superlight Rock nut protect the crux. Then one or two #1 camalots and finger-sized gear to the top. Anchor at the top with the one bolt and a water pod on top that takes a medium/large nut.