Avg: 3 from 6 votes
|Type:||Trad, 75 ft (23 m)|
|FA:||Andy Casler, Sept. 8, 2018|
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|Shared By:||Andy Casler on Sep 10, 2018|
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Start at the offwidth crack that's just left of The Beanstalk Crack. Decide between climbing up easy, but questionable, basalt edges in the back of the crack -- or stack your hands and make a few offwidth moves. The offwidth quickly constrains into a short fist/hand crack and leads to a small ledge ...Or just start on Jack Crack, which dries quicker.
Climb above the ledge using flaring cracks and reach a few more gear placements (funky looking 0.75 cam, but maybe a big stopper or offset stopper would fit well here.) Continue up the flaring cracks, clipping two bolts in the crux, and then mantle onto a ledge. From here follow easy crack up to a bolted anchor.