This is the finger/hand crack on the far left side of Turkey Perch. Most of the jams are somewhere between fingers and hands, lots of fingerlock oppurtunity here. Good sustained problem, and a good topout. Too bad there isn't 90 more feet....
On the far left side of Turkey Perch, there is this little boulder problem that is pretty fun. There is a large, east-facing boulder to the left of the problem, creating a little corner. Basically, the first crack when you come down the trail to Turkey Perch.
A pad would be nice, you could lead it on gear
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|By Jason Kaplan|
From: Glenwood ,Co
Aug 24, 2008
I did this yesterday, finally with a pad. I tried before but couldn't commit to the top out with a healing ankle. Got it first time yesterday. Not so many jams IMO, there are some but mostly they are awkward and painful. I ended up liebacking a bit of the mid section through the top (until it peters out and you must mantel).