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|Type: ||Trad, 1 pitch, 100 feet|
|Consensus: ||5.10a [details]|
|FA: ||FA: Bill Smith, Tom Popp and Steve Jones, 1978. FFA: Rob Robinson and Bruce Rogers, 1979|
|Season: ||Summer is Good|
|Submitted By: ||Jeff Mekolites on Feb 16, 2007|
Working up to the roof/overlap on Jefferson Airpla...
This classic three star route follows the arete to the left of R.J. Gold. Start from the same ledge in a narrow alcove, next to a tree. Climb left facing flake to a small roof/overlap (crux). Make quick moves and continue up arch/crack to the anchors above.
Jefferson Airplane follows the arete to the left of R.J. Gold.
Pulling through the crux on Jefferson Airplane, Su...
On the sharp end just after the crux.
|Comments on Jefferson Airplane
From: Asheville, NC
May 27, 2010
kind of a one move wonder. but its a fun move.