Beth Anne's Crack
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Looking at the Eagle Buttress from the gully, this is the obvious wide crack in a dihedral. A gorgeous line with enough potato-chip rock to make it a blast. Belay at the tree at the base of the route. Offwidth, chicken-wing and chimney your way up the dihedral. Big cams are a must.
with 2 #6's an 2 #5's and singles from #2-4 camalots you should be set.
The book states there is a Fixed Pin and a bolt at the top but we only found one.