Type: Trad, 55 ft (17 m)
FA: Roger Rains, 1998
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Shared By: Andrew Vinzant on Dec 9, 2020 · Updates
Admins: Tyler KC, JD Borgeson

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This wide crack is named after the person who discovered Shepherd Springs. Chimney moves along with a layback get you into another wide section of chimney with options for small gear available. Either plug a #7 Camalot deep inside or trust the sparse pro and do everything you possibly can to wiggle up beneath the crux overhang. Work an arm-bar jam up high and hit an obvious jug, battle the pump and bump through good holds to the anchors.

Location Suggest change

Offwidth wideness right of Biscuits and Jam and left of Shepherd's Arete.

Protection Suggest change

SR. up to #6 / Optional #7 Camalot or #4 Big Bro. Bolt anchor w/ rings 

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