40 oz to Freedom
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Approaching the roof on this classic enduro piece
This route shares the first couple of bolts with Protozoa then continues straight up under the roof and pulls the roof to the right and finishes several bolts above the roof. This is a super classic endurance route!
This route starts to the right of a huge rock at the base of Bringer of Light. It shares the first couple bolts with Protozoa.
Bolts to a chain anchor, the draws are usually fixed on the route.
By Spencer Weiler
From: Salt Lake city
Jun 23, 2012
Holy moley, this one is good. Fun 11 jug climbing to the roof, then somehow try to cop a rest by lying on the 1 foot wide ledge with your foot jammed in the crack. (didn't work super well for me) Surmounting the roof is well protected and not that difficult, but beware the face above. Bad slopey pockets and semi positive crimps slap your face for the next 15 feet to the anchors. I was just praying there was a jug to clip the chains from. Not so. Beware the fixed draws. Many have huge grooves in the rope biner.
By Jeremy Noring
From: Salt Lake City, Utah
Jun 2, 2014
rating: 5.12c 7b+ 27 IX- 27 E6 6b
Probably one of the best routes in AF; possibly the best of its grade. Sustained climbing punctuated by good rests to a good sized roof and a tough upper section on very good rock (for AF, anyway).