Type: Trad, 65 ft (20 m)
FA: FA US Army circa early 1940s; FFA Andy Weinmann, Josh Rymer 2019
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Shared By: Andy Weinmann on Dec 2, 2019
Admins: Andy Weinmann, Pat Goodman

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Climb the crack to the horizontal break.  Move out left to the arete and corner and pull up onto the small ledge.  Climb the lovely, exposed arete and corner, getting gear in the corner as you go.  Where the corner ends, set a piece with a long runner in a horizontal crack and then move up and left on easy ledges to a two-bolt anchor shared with Hamburger.

Location Suggest change

On the left (lower) of the two "Off Broadway Walls", located below Broadway Ledge.

Walk downhill about 100 ft. from the Lunge Or Plunge wall.  Locate an obvious, right-facing corner system on the right side of a steep wall.  Two manky ring pins are visible on the route. Begin at a vertical crack, right of the corners.

Protection Suggest change

Standard rack. 48" sling helpful.

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