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A brilliant sport route on the overhanging side of the Shark's Fin. A burly move gets you off the ground - and shorter climbers might find this to be the crux. From here clip a few bolts on easier terrain before the crux at mid-level. Several different options exist for this super thin stretch of beautiful patina. Engaging 11+/12- climbing leads you to the chains from there.
Bolted by Mike Spaulding a few years back, I finished this project at the 2013 Idaho Mountain Festival. A great route.
On the steep, shady side of the Shark's Fin - facing the comp wall. It's right off the trail - hard to miss.
6 Draws to anchors.
By Ian Cavanaugh
Oct 8, 2013
rating: 5.13- 7c+ 29 IX+ 29 E7 6c
Be sure to bring your extra skin. The crux is very thin and will destroy all the skin you have.
While it may be short this thing packs a ton of amazing climbing in it from the start to the chains. A must do for the grade