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This fine route is both harder and steeper than it first appears. It is pretty sustained, and identifying the crux was hard for me. It has a nice rest just before the upper section.
This route is on the East Owl just right of East Ridge
. You begin by standing near a bush at an overhang that is waist to chest height. It is best identified by the large pod half way up.
Standard rack: doubles of #0.5 Camalot to #3.0 Camalot. Be sure to bring a #4 Camalot or an equivalent sized Friend for the wide/pod section.
By Fehim Hasecic
From: Boulder, CO
Aug 14, 2016
rating: 5.10c 6b 20 VII 20 E2 5b PG13
Did this today thinking that I'm getting on Thimbleberry jam. Right of the start knew that it's not 5.8. Start of with shallow hands, at least for me, then you hit offwidth pod, and after that it gets easier. I did the right exit, didn't have time to work on 10b flaring finish. Well worth doing, it doesn't look like it sees much traffic.