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BETA PHOTO: P&H (Paddles and Handles)
Nice climb alternating jugs and crimps, exciting topout with a tricky mantle. Climb the crack straight up for a 5.9 move or find the hidden crimpy pocket for a 5.7 crux.
Located roughly mid crag, the start involves a jaguar looking horn.
Small gear, good pro on the headwall for an anchor
|By John Biehn|
From: Madison, CT
Jun 15, 2011
Always called this climb "Texas Longhorn" - The top out is mungy and difficult if your on lead..
|By Joel A|
Jun 21, 2011
Seriously, the top out is filthy.
Oct 10, 2011
Top roped this one. My friend and I called it the Wolf, for the jutting rock at the start.
|By micah richard|
Sep 24, 2012
Led this the other day onsite. The top out is the hardest move. like Hello! after thinking its all over at the crack below. Gear is g if you have small cams for the curving thin crack near the top. The smallest white tri cam works in the thin crack also. The topout protects well with a one inch ish cam. Fun short route.