|Type: ||Trad, Sport, 1 pitch, 90'|
|FA: ||Mark Tarrant, Richard Wright|
|New Route: ||Yes|
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|Submitted By: ||Mark Tarrant on Jan 5, 2003|
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This is a semi-trad variation of "Rise and Shine". After the first 5 bolts on "R&S" (.10d) stay right, in the dihedral for another 40' aiming for the anchors on "R&S". The route follows the old aid line in the corner until the aid line takes on the big roof pierced by a thin crack. The upper dihedral is mostly .9+ until the very end (.10b) before the anchor.
This is a fun variation that gives an up-close view of the tempting but intimidating huge wave of rock covering this nicely sheltered alcove.
5 bolts to a 2-bolt anchor. 90'. Gear to #3 Friend. Long slings on first two bolts.
|By Rich Farnham|
Jan 30, 2011
The trad part of this pitch has some great rests, unlike most of the climbs on this section of the wall. Some of the placements are a little funky, but there's more gear than appears from the ground. I was able to sew it up.
Great pitch! Unusual moves through the bolted section, with some great climbing on the steep finish. Strenuous to actually clip the anchor.
|By Greg Miller|
From: boulder, co
Nov 19, 2013
Very fun route and great warm up. You really only need a few pieces, medium offset master cams are helpful. 5.10.