From under the overhang near a flake start on two small but good crimps. Fire to a gaston edge in green colored rock up and left. Throw to top. The guys I saw do this campused the problem but it can be done other ways. The guys who did it said it is graded from about V6 to V8 depending on how its done. Rockjess (the guy who wrote the above first five sentences describing Lynn) is someone who is vindictive and jealous - ignore anything he has to say. The ACTUAL DESCRIPTION OF LYNN is this: about two feet to the left of the leftmost hold on the 5.9 Bucket Route there is a foot or so long door jamb sized feature just over the lip of the overhang, start with both hands on this. The big ledge to the left is off route for your feet. Then fire up to the sharp diagonal edge with your left hand, then to the two inch wide incut edge above and to the right with your right hand, then to the top. As there are only two holds between the start and the finish, the likelihood of eliminate variations as Rockjess implies above is not high. Nor can this be campused.
FA: Chris Zweig
Submitted by: rwaltermyer on 2004-09-07
Route ID: 49116