This route uses the start of "Jam It" but traverses right to a dihedral corner crack above. Follow the face above traversing right to the anchors. It blends the rock qualities of "Jam It" and "Ho Hum; to form a varied pitch.
Standard rack, mainly nuts and some medium cams to protect the flared cracks. Bring many long runners/slings as the route traverses a bit to prevent rope drag.
|By Justin Brunson|
From: Broomfield CO
May 11, 2013
This is the most convenient way to the Ho Hum anchors if you're stting up a TR for beginners. It's not that fun, but there's no rope drag.