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Start on blocks just to the left of Tetherball and climb a short slab and make a tricky step right. Above, follow the crack angling to the left (where Tetherball goes right up an overhanging face), past a section with thin feet to easier climbing above.
The anchor is very close to that for the Route 6- the climb that passes the high roof to the right, and both climbs can be done from the same anchor.
This climb is route 7 in Jason's ONP photo
It begins just to the left of Tetherball and the start of this climb is an easier way to climb Tetherball if spit off by the start of that route.
Standard rack of cams and nuts.
|By Daniel Trugman|
From: Los Alamos, NM / Stanford, CA
Dec 15, 2009
rating: 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ E1 5a
There's a fair amount of "questionable" rock through the easy top out moves, but the cool crux sequence makes this climb worthwhile.