Type: Trad, 200 ft (61 m), 2 pitches
FA: Dodds, unknown
Page Views: 338 total · 19/month
Shared By: Ti ck on Dec 18, 2020
Admins: Tom Caldwell, Steve Lineberry

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The wackiest of moves, slabby feets, hand jammers, a messed up lieback start, an upper corner hard as nails.

p1: 5.10-  a strange lieback with thumb catch allows you to fire at the jug and establishes you in a body size "V" plug some small gear in the roof continue up left on hand jams, launch into the vertical and pull through some bulges, you will find rap rings that double as an anchor in addition to gear, this allows top rappel,  a clean bail after p1 and the reduction of rope drag, you will only find tree rap stations up top.

p2: 5.11 journey right a few feet and into the nails crack, again small gear is your friend, a couple hard moves, fight the holy tree and bust up and left, several variations for topping this out easy options exist, but originally went far left to large pine tree rap station.

sadly this route is frequently wet but very unique for the area


farther left on first slab above the mini lower wall, this is just about the only large crack in this area 


bring yer rack, takes more small gear than you expect, did not use anything larger than a #2