Type: Trad, TR, 60 ft (18 m)
FA: K. Rose 2007
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Shared By: fossil on Jul 24, 2019
Admins: Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick, Z Winters

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Start with the opening moves of The Big One and break out right on the attractive splitter that starts at tips, widens to rattly fingers then finally to hands below the bend.
If you contrive it and do no stemming to the wall on the left this is Port Angeles’ most technically demanding crack climb. This climb is most often toproped since it shares anchors with The Big One. If you do decide to be one of the select few and lead it, I strongly recommend that you study in advance where the best placements are, work the moves and then don’t fall because of the sometimes crumby and possibly expanding nature of the crack.
If you stem the entire fingers section and pull over to jamb the hand section up to the bend and then go back to stemming it makes for an enjoyable calf burning 5.10a.


Pro ½” to 2”