|The Trad Lands
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On the right side up the gully/wash that separates the Tradlands from MBA Buttress is rounded vertical face with a flat top (somewhat like the side of a 10' soda can). A line of crisp, positive edges runs straight up the middle of the face on perfect stone. Unfortunately, the landing drops into the gully with lots of jagged rocks, so falling or jumping off is discouraged.
Good technique, or a spotter and a crashpad.
|By Jason Haas|
From: Broomfield, CO
Feb 16, 2008
rating: V-easy 3
Equivalent to 5.8 moves and a safe landing, especially with a boulder pad.