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Finger crack dihedral, crux is low-mid on the route. Two or three mantle moves are tricky but the highlights are a beautiful finger crack in the dihedral and stiff liebacking moves to pull the roof above.
This climb is to the right of the Kachemak Crack area and is located in a dihedral with a roof near the top. You can access the chains by hiking the trail in between it and Kachemak Crack and heading up and around.
Bolts and gear. The climb could use more bolts in a couple key places.
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