One Fist, Two Fist, Red Fist, Blue Fist
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BETA PHOTO: very aesthetic crack
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Scramble up to the ledge to the right. Stick in a large cam and then pull the stout crux. Once you get into the fist jams the hard stuff is over. Follow the cool looking crack to a ledge.
Walk right along the wall, past God Save the Queen around a prominent buttress with a steep left leaning crack. 1F2FRFBF is the opposite side of the crack on the east side of the buttress. You can't miss the striking right angling crack that begins as an offwidth and narrows to hands.
Rappel on the east side from a tiny tree in the top of the crack.
From #1 to #4 camalot sizes. You can use hexes after the first wide cam.
|Comments on One Fist, Two Fist, Red Fist, Blue Fist
By Jason Haas
From: Broomfield, CO
Oct 10, 2006
there is a second pitch to this route at about the same difficulty, well really just an extension since the whole thing is lead in a single rope pitch.