Type: Trad, 120 ft (36 m)
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Shared By: June H on Aug 7, 2019
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Aeon Aki, Mike Snyder, Taylor Spiegelberg, Jake Dickerson

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Thrilling climb! Four stars for the novelty! If you're claustrophobic, this climb might not be for you! Lol.

I remember seeing this listed in the The Voo but with no description. So this is what my partner and I attempted:

Starting in the pit where Father 1 starts, right of a giant slab that leans against the Nautilus, you'll see a flared finger crack. Climb up to the second horizontal crack where the right-leaning crack begins. Beach yourself on to the right-leaning crack (the crack over is bigger and appeared easier to us). Now you've come to the crawl space: it's a gap that's about 50 feet between two giant boulders. This is one place I wouldn't want to be during an earthquake. Figure out how to crawl to the other side where you'll find the anchors for Hairlip.

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Start in the pit right of Mother. I believe this also shares the same start as Father 1. Bring long, long slings.

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Small pieces for the finger crack, #0.5 - #2 for the right-leaning crack, and 1-2 #6s for the crawl space. Long runners are recommended for pro before entering each section.

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