Type: Trad, 70 ft (21 m)
FA: Gene Kistler, Kenny Parker, Late 90s
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Shared By: Alec Manougian on Nov 8, 2020
Admins: Pat Goodman, Chris Whisenhunt, Amanda Smith, Pnelson

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Book says to begin in a right facing corner but seems to mainly be done starting on the slab to its left and traversing ~4ft right to gain the small arete/flake.  No substantial gear until a weakness in the rock begins about 15 ft up.   If you're creative and skilled enough you can "slot-clip" a nut that might protect a fall.  Once there plug a solid cam and continue up the crack system that trends up and slightly right, eventually giving way to really fun climbing and a though-provoking final 15 ft up lightening-white rock.  Fun climb if you have the rack.

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Next trad line left of Big Bang

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Micro to #3 camalot, take some extra finger sizes.

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