All That Remains
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Start in a corner with a #.5 Camalot-sized crack. At the base is white, broken rock where rock has fallen away somewhat recently. Jam and lieback the left-facing corner moving through the various sizes, topping out on the pillar and clipping the anchor on the face.
Left of Sparkling Prom Date is a flared corner. Left of that flared corner and on the other side of the pillar that the corner climbs is a left-facing corner with remnants of rockfall at the base. This is All That Remains.
A single set of cams from #.5 Camalot to #4 or #5 Camalot.
|Comments on All That Remains
Oct 20, 2010
didn't use any .5 camalots, but used 2 or 3 .75's at the start. tougher than it looks, the rock was dusty, crumbly, and slippery which required holding on a bit tighter. the wide flake above has a sinister lean to it that also makes it a bit tougher than it looks. a good challenging route.
Apr 11, 2012
anybody know what the route about 10 feet left - short fingers splitter just left of a corner, goes to cool wavey flake?