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Andrew working up Neptune
A classic. A bit exciting getting established on the face above the last bolt; fun stuff! A must do climb.
Start on slick, water polished rock located at an apex of the pool area below the dam; look for a short dihedral near the top of the wall.
Left side of a buttress adjacent (left) to the schizophrenic buttress (photo provide for schozo.).
Nastia on Neptune
Topend of Neptune
|By susan peplow|
From: Joshua Tree
Apr 19, 2008
FA's - Ken Mills & Dave Sobocan '91
p1 - 7 bolts w/shut anchors. p2 - 3 bolts to shuts
You can also rap this route to get down vs. taking the trail. Early 90's there was a serial flasher that "hung" out up there.
|By Colonel Mustard|
From: Reno, NV
Apr 11, 2010
A single 70m will get you from the top of the 2nd pitch anchors down to the bottom in one rap.
The first pitch is really enjoyable with cool holds, fun bulges, and a some good crimping.
The second pitch to exit Atlantis is a tad spacey in bolting. The rating is 10a or 9? Very short, but it gets more interesting as the last rays of daylight wane.
Apr 15, 2010
A somwhat fun route that suffers from some ego-based bolting. This can be helped somewhat by bringing some wires and rp's to supplement the bolts,
From: Phoenix, AZ
Dec 8, 2010
Two stars simply because of the top bolt -- call it mixed and bring some small gear to add, will make it much easier on the mind game.
Nov 14, 2012
Looks like a bolt has been added between the anchors and last bolt (as you come out around the roof into the short dihedral). Feels much less sketchy now than the previous comments are suggesting. Thanks to whoever did it.
|By Fred AmRhein|
Nov 24, 2012
I'll second the thanks for the added top bolt on the final move in the dihedral though I usually do the arete finish.
Also, just an FYI, I added the first weld shut bolt some years ago. The actual "first" bolt on the route is now the second.