Type: Trad, Alpine, 130 ft (39 m)
FA: FA: Me. FFA: Richard Mason
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Shared By: michael s on May 11, 2019
Admins: slim, Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, GRK, DCrane

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This is 130' of a #5 Camalot crack in a right-facing corner. There's a pod where you can place a #6.  I got a tipped out #4 at the part where it cuts right (at about 90' or so) but it wasn't great.

It is less-than-vertical most of the way. The crux is probably in the first 10 feet or so, as that's the steepest part.

We used a 70 meter rope and it seemed just about right.


You have to climb some short 5.9+ to get to the start of it.  I think the name is like "Walk in the Park" or something like that. It's not in Bloom's book, but is in the newest one.

You climb that thing and then a short scramble to the base of the crack. 


Bring all the #5 Camalots. How many depends on how comfortable you are at that size. Maybe like 7 or 8?. (Maybe more because you probably want an anchor at the bottom of the crack for the belayer). The top is a beautiful shiny anchor with 2 unnecessarily-long bolts connected to a huge rap-ring.