Type: Trad, TR, 35 ft
FA: Bill Biederman, MIke Taylor, Paul Paonessa 1986
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Shared By: Chris Adams on Dec 3, 2019
Admins: Greg Opland, Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick

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Start behind the boulder and make a few chimney moves up the chunky face. Pass a horizontal crack and then continue climbing right of the crumbly looking flake (it’s better than it looks) and through discontinuous tiny cracks to a tuft of grass with a handcrack above. unfortunately the hand crack sees you topping out.  No indian creek splitters here.

Note: originally rated 5.6 


Located on the climber’s left corner of the crag (NE face). Start on the left side of the large boulder. 


Single set of gear from BD .2 - #3. Small stoppers are key to protecting the small cracks above the crunchy flake. Bolted anchor on top.