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A Quarter and a Half T 
Air Farce One S 
Angelo's Ashes T 
Back Bumper S 
Barfing Bone Balls T 
Basalt Shaker S 
big fearfull chimney T 
Broken Boy T,S 
Caliente Crack T 
Cheap Motel T 
Come and Get It S 
Disco Inferno S 
Disneyesque T 
Double Naught Spy S 
Druce Crack T 
Finlay Crack T 
Flash for Cash S 
Grey Cat S 
Intimidator Crack T 
Leela T 
Lightning Strikin' Again T 
Loco Motive S 
Middendorf's Crack T 
Mormon Meat Machine T 
Nightshade S 
On the Road S 
Owl Be All Right T 
Plant Meets Pillar T 
Poke on Sunday T 
Pullatrain T 
Richard's Crack T 
Schwing Time S 
Sexual Basalt T 
Sloppy Seconds T 
Soak on Saturday T 
Stink Bug T,S 
Surf Music S 
the route I climbed S 
Two Mints in One T 
Union Atlantic T 
Unknown 5.8 S 
Unknown 5.8 Road Area 3 T 
Unknown 5.9 S 
Vancelot S 
Unsorted Routes:

Lightning Strikin' Again 

YDS: 5.9 French: 5c Ewbanks: 17 UIAA: VI ZA: 17 British: HVS 5a

Type:  Trad, 1 pitch
Consensus:  YDS: 5.9 French: 5c Ewbanks: 17 UIAA: VI ZA: 17 British: HVS 5a [details]
FA: Gary Fike/Tonia Fike/Lisa Harrison
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Submitted By: Xavier Wasiak on Jul 9, 2012

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Climb the face directly underneath a crescent shaped crack about 2/3rd's up the wall. You can easily clip the two first bolts of Basalt Shaker as you head up to the crack, then pass an off-width and chimney section, and eventually get to the anchor.


To the left of Basalt Shaker in Road Area #3 in Michelle's book.


Good selection of gear up to 6-7', if you like. Two bolt anchor.

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