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|Submitted By: ||jonah on May 1, 2006|
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A great steep problem involving tons of body tension on great holds. Starts sitting in a cave on two crimps with a high foot, throws horizontally back to a rail, to a jug, then a fun sloper rail and mantle to finish.
Park at the pullout between the Grand Wall lot and the Apron lot. Go south on the old road two meters. Take the first left on an obvious trail. Follow it up and right to an electrical pole, head left into some trees, and you will see the cave of Tatonka on your left after 10 meters.
two pads are nice, and a spotter is appreciated on the mantle.
By ERiK Ostrander
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Aug 24, 2007
Very soft for the grade.
By Andy Liu
From: Eastern Sierra
Aug 28, 2016