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A classic, narrowing crack that goes from wide at the bottom to an inch or so near the top, but lingers mostly in the hands range. A must-do if you're into pure crack climbing.
The left-most of three strikingly obvious splitters in an orange wall facing you as you come past the Airborne alcove.
It is possible to bring only 4,3,2,1,.75,and.5 Camalot, but you might want a bit more the first time around.
Feb 27, 2007
Double on #1's worked well for me. Def. save one for the higher crux.
Even managed to toss my #11 hex in down low. Super route but watch for anchor bargers on "Golden Gloves"...
|By Nick Stayner|
From: The Magic City
Feb 24, 2008
Good call on saving the #1 camalot for the upper crux. Really wished I'd had one.
May 27, 2010
rating: 5.9+ 5c 17 VI E1 5a
the softest 10a here
|By Joel Andersen|
Jul 30, 2010
Considering the crux is a "tight hands crux" I don't think it's safe to layout such a generic "softest 10a" claim. Too handsize dependent.
Nov 27, 2011
rating: 5.10- 6a 18 VI+ E1 5a
anyone find my # one in there?