Macauley's Irish Stout
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Start on a low overhang and climb up and left making bouldery moves to gain a stance. Continue straight up to clip the 3rd bolt. Make a dyno to a horizontal (crux) off of some crimps. From here, head left to reach the arete. Climb the arete on the right side, passing the 4th bolt to reach the shuts. Beautiful and powerful climbing for such a short route!
From the approach trail head right. Continue past the obvious Depth Charge, 5.12b overhangs. Continue past the next section of wall around a corner. Keep going past the striking face of Low Brow, 5.12a. Look for another striking line with many horizontals on white rock to the right of an arete.
5 bolts, shuts.
|Comments on Macauley's Irish Stout
|By Bennett Harris|
From: Charlotte, NC
May 13, 2012
IF you're good at dynoing, it's not bad for the grade.