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This nice looking crack (5.11-?) is located on a separate wall about 10 minutes from the main wall.  To locate it, walk up the main trail until just past a foot bridge.  Follow a trail to your left towards the cascading creek and then cut right along the base to find this wall.  I didn't have time to climb this route, but apparently there are no fixed anchors on top.  Looks short but sweet!

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By jeff newsom
May 24, 2008

Hi Andy--
Yes you're in the ball park at 5.11-(pin scars help) .Just around the corner from this (up canyon) is another route called "Scuzznies Slot"(5.10 b/c?),both climbs led without bolts.----Cheers,JN

By Leif
Jun 4, 2009

It is a sweet hand crack that turns the corner and stays a nice hand crack. Not too hard. I enjoyed the gardening to clean up the opening moves and expose a slot to place an little nut.

By Justin Brunson
From: Broomfield CO
Dec 19, 2010

Fantastic line, not terribly challenging for .11-

easy unprotected start but takes great gear after about 20 feet.

By Danger-Russ Gordon
From: Tempe, AZ
Oct 29, 2012

Super Rad route, but easy for 5.11- I would recommend bringing some static line and making an anchor from a big tree about 40 feet back from the top, you can access the tree by hiking up from the left ("left" as if you were facing the climb)

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This nice looking crack (5.11-?) is located on a separate wall about 10 minutes from the main wall. To locate it, walk up the main trail until just past a foot bridge. Follow a trail to your left towards the cascading creek and then cut right along the base to find this wall. I didn't have time to climb this route, but apparently there are no fixed anchors on top. Looks short but sweet!

Submitted By: Andy Laakmann on Jul 31, 2007