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This seemingly broken up climb actually features solid flakes along a very clean hand crack. Pulling up into the crack from the unsettling belay slab is the physical and psychological crux. Halfway up, a perfect hand crack through a roof is the technical crux. This second crux thankfully takes great gear and ends on a large ledge.
Traverse an angled 3rd class slab for about 20 feet from a secure seating area.
Cams through #3 camalot. Mostly hand sized. Anchor is slings around a large block on top.
By Osprey Overhang
Jan 7, 2012
FA: Mike Breidenbach, Bruce Hawkins, 1975