Good To Go
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A great route, but not to warm up on a cold day. The moves sweep side to side, are frequently on small but positive holds, and the rests are between sequences of crimpy moves- count on some sucker holds and false starts.
Despite none of the moves being very hard, the climbing is fairly sustained and pumpy, and adds up to a solid 5.11 by the end.
This is the left-most bolted line on the Punch and Judy Towers. The total approach time from the car is probably under 5 minutes.
Perhaps 8 (?) clips to an chain anchor.
Geir styling just past the crux.
Jan 1, 2008
rating: 5.11a/b 6c 23 VIII- E3 5c
FA: Ayers, Fowler, Hathaway
Funny you mention warm-up. Good To Go is absolutely one of the standard Windy Point warm-ups and has been for a long time. Exceeded in that regard only by Steve's.