Edge of Fire
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Cool, varied climbing with a pumpy crux and amazing position. Potential for huge, clean falls onto the only bolt on the route. Probably the best introduction to climbing on the spectacular Fire Wall.
Front side of Sentinal Buttress. Start on Super Direct. You will notice that the dihedral feature actually goes into Edge of Fire naturally. Can be done in one pitch plus a short and easy roped scramble to Crows Nest.
Standard rack, one bolt, gear belay. Protects very well, especially for the Fire Wall.
|By Tim Fisher|
Jun 4, 2009
Bolt was replaced years ago. Old bolt left there for chuckles, See if you can make it fail!
|By Ben Sachs|
Jul 1, 2009
I took a huge (40 ft?) whip (fell from belay ledge mantle!) onto the drilled angle bolt. Of course I backed it up with new bolt, but the old one took the force. It bent slightly but was fine!
|By Robert Hutchins|
Dec 21, 2011
Great route, and some of the best exposure you can find at the grade at Moore's. Would highly recommend for someone wanting a firewall adventure who isn't quite up to the other offerings. Any reason this is grouped with Central Buttress routes when it pretty clearly climbs the Firewall side, albeit the edge, of the formation?