Type: Trad, 22 ft (7 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Paul Kempf on May 4, 2021
Admins: Christian Storms, Christopher Buckley

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I think it was Big Daddy Kane, an avid climber in his own right, who said “Crimpin’ ain’t easy.”  Single pad crimps and smears the whole way up, stay in crimpin’ school and stay off the crack(s) (except to place pro).


This route up the face, between the first and second vertical cracks to the right of the overpass, is short and to the point.


Tricams work well in the horizontal cracks, if you choose to go up next to the vertical crack, BD#1s are your friend.