Type: TR, 50 ft (15 m)
FA: Bob McGown, Wayne Wallace, 1987
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Shared By: D Fletch on Jul 22, 2020 · Updates
Admins: Roberta Zouain, Kristin Tippey, Nate Ball, Micah Klesick

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A left facing crack that makes its way from bottom to top. The first half is steep, does not offer a lot of foot purchase and much of the crack is flaky and brittle. The upper half, after the bisecting horizontal crack, turns into a shallow dihedral for an easier finish. Some corners in the upper half seem to collect thick mud runoff, lending credence to its name.


Descend the guardrail trail or, more directly, the Easy Street access point. Find the obvious water drainage line. Look to the right and you see a large ledge about 20 feet up from the broken rock "riverbed" bottom. Claymation starts just at the left side of that ledge in the obvious crack right about a huge flake.

From the top, just continue past the Blueberry Jam anchor tree and keep walking along the cliffside. You'll find a trio of trees that can be used as an anchor, about 15-20 feet back from the top of the route


Tree anchors 15-20 feet back from the top of the route