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Aerial Boundaries 

YDS: 5.10 French: 6b Ewbanks: 20 UIAA: VII- British: E2 5b

   
Type:  Trad, 3 pitches, 400', Grade II
Consensus:  YDS: 5.10 French: 6b Ewbanks: 20 UIAA: VII- British: E2 5b [details]
FA: Bruce Hendricks & Amos Clifford '86
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Submitted By: Brad Brandewie on Aug 14, 2011
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Jason Ivanic leading the first pitch of Aerial Bou...

Description 

Pitch one Climb the dihedral via many cracks. Continue through the roof moves above. (Watch out for two potentially loose blocks in this section.) A strenuous and awkward crack leads around the corner to the right (passing a bolt) to a small ledge and a gear belay. 5.10

Pitch two Make a few interesting moves off the belay through lichen covered rock. Knobs and smears take you up and left to a long, low-angle chimney. From the top of the chimney, follow cracks up and left for 20 feet and build an anchor. 5.8

Pitch three Climb the slab above past intermittent cracks to a gear belay on low angle rock. 5.6

Pitch four (optional) A class 4 ramp leads up to the right and eventually to a few easy fifth class moves which gain the stairs.


Location 

This route starts two rappels down the Offramp. (see photo)


Protection 

2 sets of cams to 3 Calamot (maybe an extra .75)
1 set of nuts



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This photo shows the Offramp and Aerial Boundaries.
BETA PHOTO: This photo shows the Offramp and Aerial Boundaries...
Leaving the belay on pitch three.
Leaving the belay on pitch three.
Turning the corner at the top of pitch one. <br /> <br />This proved to be the crux of the route and was a bit more difficult than Jason makes it look in this photo.
Turning the corner at the top of pitch one.

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By Amos Clifford
Mar 18, 2012

A clarification: FA by Bruce Hendricks and Amos Clifford. My bad on the poorly placed bolt. (Amos)