Type: Trad, 135 ft (41 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Chuck Becker on Mar 31, 2019
Admins: slim, Andrew Gram, Perin Blanchard, GRK, D Crane

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This route is very fun and feels a bit more adventurous than many routes at the Creek. It's sandy in many places, and climbers should be especially careful of loose rock in the 2nd half of the route.

Climb thin hands down through the sizes to tips (mostly #1 & .75 size) to reach a large sandy ledge about half-way. Be careful surmounting this ledge as there's a lot of loose rock on it. Continue up the chimney and into the crack on the right, passing a couple sandy bulges and squirm your way through the last squeeze to the anchor.

As of 3/29/19 there was a 2 bolt anchor with several pieces of faded webbing and a new-ish looking dyneema runner. Bring a runner or cord to leave if you're unsure about the condition of the anchor material.

Location Suggest change

About 5 minutes right of Wiggins II. Look for a large left facing corner with a low angle hand crack

Protection Suggest change

Double rack .4 - #2 Camalot, with several extra .75 & #1 (4 or 5 should do it), one #3, one #4, one Blue Metolius or Red C3

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