Type: Trad, 80 ft (24 m)
FA: Bill DeMars & Tom Button, 1960
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Shared By: Sarah Meiser on Jun 25, 2023
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Climb a short, steep #4 crack (crux). After a few 5.9 moves, reach a thank-God chockstone that serves as a great jug. A bit of easier rambling brings you to a steep, wide crack that is a bit overhanging at the start. Features keep the climbing at about 5.8, but a large cam is needed to protect this section (BD #7 or #8).

To descend, easily scramble to the anchor above Cat's Cradle.

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This is the wide crack system two cracks right of the famous Lucille.

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A standard rack to #4 plus a large piece (#7 or #8).

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