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This is the thin finger crack that starts to the right of Ativan Grin and finishes at chains just below the obvious roof.
Right of Attivan Grin (see topo on main woodfords page)
doubles in micro through finger sized cams and nuts.
|Comments on Dangling Legs
|By Patrick Mulligan|
Jun 24, 2013
I've left the grade at its proposed .11a, however, I foud Ativan Grin to be no less difficult. I think .10b or perhaps .10c could be a more appropriate grade.
From: Reno, NV
Jun 27, 2013
I used a single #1 C4 for the initial crack then several micros and wires + 1 yellow alien for the rest. Good climb.
|By Milton Mugambe|
Sep 21, 2013
Hello gents, the actual name is OOOh, My Legs, after the dangling sissy wasps that forced a ledge fall when they splilled out of the crack on the fa. Rate what you will I'm kinda on the short and weak side. Dan