Type: Trad, 90 ft (27 m)
FA: FA: Treiber, Sewrey, Witt 1967; FFA: Treiber, Zinn 1974
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Shared By: Phalanges on Apr 8, 2019
Admins: Greg Opland, Luke Bertelsen, Brian Boyd, JJ Schlick, Kemper Brightman

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This route is a moderate, yet interesting way to get to the top of the thumb, with a few fun moves down low, but some gritty rock in places.

Climb the detached flake to a bolt and head right traversing under the large undercling flake, clipping a second bolt.  From the pocket, climb out and up the hand crack to a small ledge and up through another crack with dirty rock.  From this large ledge you can belay, or, with good rope management, you can continue around the corner climber's right to reach the summit.

I would recommend putting a double runner on the first bolt and slings where needed to reduce rope drag.


The route is located on the West side of Tom's Thumb and is easily recognizable by the giant undercling flake traverse.


Two bolts and a standard rack (to #3) will get you up. Use long slings where needed.