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Just past the brief slab moves.
Start about twenty five feet left (west) of the base of Barefoot in Barbados in a short right facing corner. Climb up and out following the corner for about 15 feet to a stance proximate a scrub tree. Continue up, passing a fixed pin, following the corner as it trends rightward requiring a couple of short slab moves as the corner crack thins. Here the corner heads back upward, and continuing as a fine layback (avoid the brush). A few more moves leads to a stance and gear belay below a blank steep section of rock.
Descent. Scramble east across ledgy but somewhat dangerous terrain to a small tree and rap from slings. The tree is clearly visible from the base of Barefoot and the slings used to have a locker, but is now MIA (presumed bootey’d).
About 20-30 feet left of Barefoot- same elevation, in a somewhat hidden, right facing semi-dihedral.
Same as always- Small LCC standard rack
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From: Smog Lake City, Utah
Jul 6, 2009
If anyone has any additional information PM me and I’ll update it. Due to the fading condition of the rap tree the climb would probably benefit from a set of chains- which I would be happy to install, but thought I’d see if anyone had any previous info before breaking out the hammer. I first climbed this in fall 2005 and cleaned it up a bit- it’s probably regained some of its former grit and foliage. A couple of different variations have been done over the years... by others and myself...?
May 14, 2013
We grabbed the jug after the fixed pin on the left leaving the initial dihedral. This way continues with 5.9ish moves with bolt, a suspect pin, an obvious small nut placement inches above the pin, bolt, pin, anchor.
Fun moves, but gritty and kinda grungy still. A good line otherwise.