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|Type: ||Trad, 2 pitches, 200 feet|
|Consensus: ||5.11c [details]|
|FA: ||Nathan Brown, FFA with help from Eddie Medina and Lee Carter|
|Season: ||fall, winter, spring|
|Submitted By: ||nbrown on Dec 7, 2007|
BETA PHOTO: Indecent Exposure is the left hand line. Solar Pl...
This is a high quality route with your typical weird Table Rock style of climbing. There are lots of sidepulls and weird movements involved, as well as a pretty clever rest if you can find it. It is a safe but intimidating route.
P-1 Climb the "MM" dihedral about 30' up to a large stopper and a traverse right. Move out right then up the sparsly protected face (only 5.7)on a couple of RP's to the small belay ledge (small/medium gear)65'.
P-2 Clip bolt above the roof, and crank up and right, then back left to a good stance below the funky corner features (5.10+). Climb this section past gear and 4 more bolts (cryptic 5.11), through a couple of bulges to a good short crack near the top (Bomber # 2 camelot here). Step up and right (past another good #2 or #3 camelot) and to a short easy slab. Rap from a 2 bolt anchor with either 2 ropes (130'), or one rope twice using the P-1 bolts of "SP".
Climbs the funky looking wall out right of pitch 2 of "Mourning Maiden".
Standard rack. Small to medium cams for the belay.
|Comments on Indecent exposure
|By Coz Teplitz|
From: Watertown, MA
Feb 28, 2008
When did this route (and Solar Plexus) go up? I've looked at that wall for a long time but always thought the rock was crap. Much rock of that color on TR that is bad, in my experience. Awesome that you had the nerve to get up there and find out that it's good. Good on you!
|By Rob Dillon|
From: '81 Sunrader
Feb 28, 2008
Yeah, what Coz said. Sooner or later I'll get back there and enjoy the work y'all did getting those in.
From: western NC
Apr 2, 2008
Just like a bunch of others that I know, I'd been looking at the wall for a long time... just figured it was no good. After temporarily running out of interesting routes to do in the area, I finally went up there and got on it. Amazingly, the rock was only chossy for the first 10 feet or so, and then it significantly improved. Both routes are on some of the best rock found at Table Rock.