Type: Trad, 140 ft, 2 pitches
FA: Deaun Shovasja, Sharon Murra, Peter Hubbel, 10/87
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Shared By: Jay Eggleston on Jul 12, 2019
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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This is a fairly fun crack climb, but it has two bushes on it to climb through. It is a crack climb, but at times, you have to put your feet on the rock face rather than in the crack. There are some sections filled with dirt as well. The protection is good the entire length of the climb. The two pitches are both 5.9.

The first pitch is 110’ long. It has wide looking sections with two good hand cracks for protection. There is a tree near the bottom before the start of a hand crack. Starting to the right of the tree and traversing to the left to the main crack seems easiest.

The second pitch is only 30’ long and follows a good hand crack. There is a good ledge to belay on below this crack.


This climb is on the right side of the rock left of A & E Finger Crack. There is a large tree before the start of a hand crack on a ledge about 10’ off the ground. It’s steep, almost overhanging, below the tree which is why you start to the right.


A standard rack with two #1-4 Camalots. Bring 3 #1-3s if you like lots of pro. It’s possible to downclimb from the summit, but there is a rappel anchor (a sling on a tree) to the east and a little below the summit. The rap is about 50’.