Second Coming (aka Revelation?)
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Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe thi...
Climb up the pocketed face immediately left of the huge hueco on the Northwest side of the block just left of "Lono." This has thin but solid moves on good stone. Check it out.
It is located on the North side of the "Millennium Block." This is the pocketed face just left of the huge hueco. It is the line left of "Lono."
Pads and spotter.
|Comments on Second Coming (aka Revelation?)
|By Ben Cassedy|
From: Denver, CO
Dec 12, 2010
How are you guys doing this one after the jugs in the hueco? I kept trying to go straight up from the left edge of the hueco but had trouble finding the holds. There were a couple thin but usable crystals slightly up and to the right but nothing with any chalk on it.
It looked like after leaving the hueco/jugs, the path of least resistance was to go left up to a pair of mono pockets, then a pinch, then to the top. All of those holds were more obvious and more chalked up. The added bonus to that line would have been not having to deal with a 3 ft. boulder right underneath you.
Also, I was doing these lines as a SDS, which didn't really add any difficulty to this one or the V1, but definitely added a fun couple of moves.
|By josh pranckun|
Aug 9, 2011
The 2 mono pockets up and to the left seem to be the ticket - definitely the most positive rock within range.
Feb 21, 2012
I believe this is named Revolution (or maybe Revelation?).
|By nate post|
May 4, 2013
I think I enjoyed this more because I was alone. With a spotter, I think I would have gotten it on the first or second go, but since I didn't have one, I hung 6 or 7 times from the last two little pockets before building up the courage to just go for it. I kept dropping back to my one pad until I was happy with the placement. The boulder to the left of the landing was psyching me out. The lip on the top out is bomber, you can't really slip off it if you tried, it's got a knife's edge.