Hardly Huge Hanger Holes High Overhead (aka Homemade)
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At the second bolt, before the hard moves.
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This is the first route in the new book, the title says it all. I'm guessing this is a Todd Anderson route, from maybe 20 years back. This guess is based on the unique style of hanger that is used, combined with the reachy nature of their placement. It's a nice enough little line, scramble up to the base of the slab, pull through a balancy sequence, up to some crimpers, into a weird corner, and off to the chains.
A few draws and a stretchy arm.
|Comments on Hardly Huge Hanger Holes High Overhead (aka Homemade)
Dec 6, 2010
Glad you like it :) So when was the FA, Mr. Rapdrilla?
By Mark Roth
Dec 6, 2010
Pretty nice hangers for being homemade, beveled edges, and not even rusty. I think I liked these better than the old gold shuts on the other routes....
The rock is mostly solid, and there are really good moves. Much more fun than it looks.