Type: Trad, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: Chris Cantwell and Bruce Morris, '79
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Shared By: DylanJK on Sep 17, 2018
Admins: Mike Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Vicki Schwantes, Justin Johnsen

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The upper half consists of a striking thin crack.  You can tell it's thin from the base but not quite sure how thin.  Tips?  Smaller?

To start, climb unprotected 10+/11- slab 15 feet up. The landing is flat dirt but from that height you don't know if you can stick the landing or should even attempt to roll.  

Easier climbing leads to your first gear about 30 feet up and right before the bolt.  Pass a copperhead and climb the sustained micro crack to it's end.  The crux is a hard balance sequence right below the anchor.


Just left of where the approach trail meets the wall.  ID it by the lone bolt about 30 feet up and good looking thin crack that dead ends at the anchors.


1 protection bolt. 1 copperhead. Cams and nuts - blue tcu size and smaller. 1 red camalot.