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Start up and pull the difficult powerful crux to the first bolt. Relax on the sloper jug and continue up making a few more tricky moves past the second bolt to the third. Rest on the cool undercling and head to the anchors. The 4th bolt isn't visible until you're right on it.
This one is quite solid at the grade. The boulder problem start felt more difficult than V2.
Between Fatty and Bashart. Look for well chalked climb that doesn't start next to a crack.
5 Bolts + Anchors, Stickclip optional
Apr 11, 2008
This route would be improved with an additional bolt to protect the bouldery start. Yes, you can stick-clip, but that means you are TOP-ROPING the start which is lame. The way it is now, if you don't stick-clip, you are looking at an out-of-control fall onto the rock to the left of the start if you blow the move after the little mini-ledge.
May 20, 2010
rating: 5.11c 6c+ 24 VIII- 24 E4 6a
What is even lamer is colliding with our belayer because you clipped a bolt 6' off the ground or decked because you missed the clip at the v2 crux. If you don't want to 'toprope', bring a pad.
From: Albuquerque New Mexico
Nov 24, 2014
Great route! The bottom feels pretty hard for 5.11 and took me a while to get the moves down, but the rest of the route feels 5.10+. Stick clip or pads are a good idea...