Type: Trad, Alpine, 80 ft (24 m)
FA: unknown
Page Views: 186 total · 12/month
Shared By: Charles Kalinsky on Nov 5, 2019
Admins: Braden Batsford

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From the Juniper Ledge belay, proceed upward and slightly right to the wall. A thin finger crack is visible heading straight up the wall above, heading toward the right edge of a small roof. This climb is on the right side of Constant Climax, which is a series of flakes heading to the center of the same roof.

Climb initially moderate moves up the crack, taking advantage of numerous face features and wide points. After approximately 20 feet, face features thin out considerably and the true finger crack begins. Climb a few moves of harder finger jams to reach a section containing more constrictions, allowing for locker jams. Eventually a restful stance is reached near the roof, and the crack widens out to comfortable hands. Continue upward, reaching another ledge. The final few moves may be tricky to protect (small nut), but are much more moderate, particularly if features around the right side of the final stretch are utilized. You could potentially wrap around the right entirely and climb easier ground to the belay.


Above Juniper Ledge, up and right


The finger crack section of this climb stays almost exactly at a BD #.3 for a long stretch, so as many as 4x of these would be useful. Otherwise of cams near this size range and small nuts would be useful, as well as a single rack from BD #.75 - BD #2.