Begins at the top of a big block, in a huge left facing dihedral to the right of 'The Big Baby'.
After the initial easy scramble to the top of the boulder, you encounter a very thin hands/ off fingers crack. This is the hardest part of the climb, and requires either very good jamming technique, or precise smearing/stemming. After this initial twenty foot crux, the rest of the climb is an enjoyable thin hands/ stemming route that feels like a medium to hard .10. About 2/3 the way up, you make a fun move over a slight overhang to a left-facing large hand crack (#3 camalot size) that goes about 30 feet to the anchors (two chains and one bolt). A 60m rope just barely works for this route, but only if you lower to the boulder and then downclimb. Tie a knot in the end!
Submitted by: camhead on 2007-05-02
Route ID: 7726