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3-2-1 is on the face to right of the crack.
Much harder than it looks, 3-2-1 climbs a very featured, slightly overhanging wall on the right end of the Compound. Expect some hard clips, no great rests, and disappointing holds from top to bottom.
Climb an easy ramp to the base of the wall and reach up to some very large cobbles to get established on the route. Grunt past some hard thin moves, and a difficult low clip, and then motor through an endless series of poor holds, and big moves to the top.
Some people use kneebars.
On the far right end of the Compound.
Bolt and a two bolt anchor.
Aug 12, 2012
The grade is dependent on how you climb the top moves. If you power straight up through the last 2 bolts, it probably puts it at 13a. However, there is a large jug far right of the sandy ledge rest (2nd to last bolt) that people started using in 2012. This variation (detour) decreases the difficulty (12d).