Type: Trad, 50 ft (15 m)
FA: Henry Barber, November 1972
Page Views: 421 total · 38/month
Shared By: Lily Johnson on Aug 30, 2020
Admins: Joe M., Old Timer, jim.dangle

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Climb the very thin finger crack on the far right side of the wall. A short bouldery start gives way to a standing ledge and the base of the main crack of the route. The crack, far too thin to jam, is best laybacked along side some decent holds on the face, bringing you to a large horizontal. From here, the original line cuts right and tops out as soon as possible, but it's only slightly more difficult and a good bit more fun to continue up and left on more face holds for a more consistent experience.


This ascends the thin, arching crack on the far right side of the Main Wall. A fixed pin marks the base at the boulder problem.


Small cams and at least one very small stopper for the crack. It has a fixed pin near the bottom.