Type: Trad, 115 ft (35 m)
FA: Lucas Barth and Shelton Hatfield
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Shared By: Lucas Barth on Oct 12, 2019
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Start up the splitter finger crack just left of the left facing corner. Make crux moves as the crack narrows to tips just before a ledge and the start of the wide left leaning liebacking. Plug in a few pieces and sack up for about 25-30 feet of unprotected liebacking up the crisp corner. (5.9R). Try not to get bucked at the top as the edge becomes rounded and you have to figure out how to get into the chimney and move over right. Pheewww! Relax and enjoy the remainder easy part of the climb to the bolted anchor.

*Alternatively one can double kneebar shuffle most of the wideness, but you still have to make the awkward moves to move into the chimney at the end.

Single 70 meter rope barely makes it down.


Move about 300 feet right on the sky lounge after doing the first pitch of 'It take a Village.' This is mostly walking but there are a few exposed 4th class moves some people may want to rope up for. This is the first clean left facing corner with a splitter crack just left of it that you come to.


Triples of tiny to .3 camalot. Doubles .4 to #3 camalot . Single # 4 camalot. Single set of nuts.