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By jbak Nov 9, 2006
Awesome pic. And look at that prow in the background. What's the story on this place ?
By M.Morley Administrator From: Sacramento, CA Nov 9, 2006
By Joseph Stover From: Santa Barbara, CA Nov 10, 2006
Wow!!! If only it was 2 number grades easier! That looks like an incredible place. I can't wait to climb some of that red stuff.
By Seth Dyer Nov 15, 2006
But remember, as Toula said, 'The only difference between sandstone and granite is that sandstone is red.' :)
By elmo mecsko From: Lyle, Washington Jan 5, 2007
Yeah, but there is Pink Granite... my favorite!
By Tavis Ricksecker From: Bishop, ca Mar 12, 2007
I just pooped myself! What an awesome line!
By Seth Dyer Mar 14, 2007
It very well could be...one of my many 'friends' filched my copy of A Cheap Way To Fly a long time ago.... Or was the quote in A Better Way To Die?
By Tea May 5, 2007
cool shot of a cool looking route!
By A. Frost Mar 4, 2010
Quote is from Geoff Parker (early 70's: Firecat, Streaker, Besengi, etc.) I think, reiterated in Better Way to Die....
By Pat Mac From: Tempe May 24, 2010
No manufactured hold on this route. ***** route!
By RyanJames May 25, 2010
There is apparently a really, really hard line that goes up the prow in the background. 13+ maybe. As for the arch - SO CLASSIC!
By Matt S Feb 18, 2011
there is a line on that prow and its a jug haul, maybe in the 11s. but please do not put in any bolts. its not an ethics thing, but an access thing. its way too visible of a feature and you'll have rangers and the cops up your ass in a heart beat. that flies in sedona but not slide rock. thats sorta what happened when they bolted the arch.
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Ronnie Miller on Center of Singularity.
Submitted By: climnron on Nov 8, 2006