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Josh Graham on Furious.
Photo by Jeff Jo...
A deceptively-overhanging line with tricky movement, small positive holds, and some larger, less positive holds.
Hard moves between good holds, with some big, committing movement required here and there.
Located on the lower section of The Adjective, the easiest way to find Furious is to first find Vomit, which is short with only 3 bolts. The bolted line immediately left is Furious.
5 bolts, chain anchors.
BETA PHOTO: Furious runs up the cliff just left of the arete. ...
Furious - Lewis about 1/3 of the way up the route.
BETA PHOTO: Furious - Great anchors, solid hardware, a little ...
Furious - Lewis rappin' and cleanin'
|By Mark Lewis|
From: Salt Lake City, Utah
Jul 9, 2012
Tough, hard route! The hand holds appear better than they are while viewing them from the ground. A real problem-solver type of route. It seemed much harder than .11c. Strange angles combine to make a precarious lead with some awkward clipping. The limestone in many places on this climb has calcite drip deposits veneering the rock with a thin layer of texture and bumps, some of which can break loose while smearing, turning into little roller-balls under your shoes.