Beetle Bailey Arch
||Trad, Sport, Aid, 3 pitches, 250'
|Original: || YDS: 5.11a French: 6c Ewbanks: 22 UIAA: VII+ ZA: 22 British: E3 5c A3 [details]|
|FA: ||Don Harder, Bruce Garrett. FFA p1 Darryl Crammer,Brian Scott. FFA p2 Terry Lien,Darryl Cramer,Brian Scott. FA var. p2 Byan Burdo|
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|Submitted By: ||derekpearson on Nov 16, 2012|
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The finger crack on p2
The free climbing crux is p2 a thin finger crack. P3 is were the aid climbing is. I haven't been on this pitch. The starting moves are clean and looks good but probably a little dirty once over the roof.
The route is obvious for p1 . P2 goes straight up from the p1 anchor look for three pins and one bolt. Rap the route doing two rapels with 60 a 70 doesn't quite reach the bottom
Six bolts total three on p1 and three on p2, there are four pins currently on p2 and for this pitch one will need thin brass offsets and a set of cams, I used BD .2 to 2 and had two metolius cams the 0 and 00 were nice. 3/8" bolt anchors with chain.
Looking down at the first half of p2
BETA PHOTO: Beetle Bailey Arch Area