Located in the middle of the lower portion of the Hank Wall, Entry Fee is the first anchor to the left of the two three-bolt climbs with it's anchor being visible on the upper portion of the wall, below and right of the roof above.
Start up big holds that are still look a little flaky or crumbly. Use big holds to work through up onto the upper face. From there find fun flowy edges and big holds up to a finger crack that moves left to right. Move up and right to the anchors on big holds rather than following a direct bolt line. This is a fun and well bolted line with great movement on solid rock that is a bit different from traditional welded tuff at Smith. Enjoy the strong red patina holds.
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