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|Type: ||Sport, Alpine, 2 pitches, 190 feet, Grade II|
|Consensus: ||5.10 [details]|
|FA: ||Cory Berkebile and Thaddeus Labrum|
|New Route: ||Yes|
|Submitted By: ||Cory Berkebile on Jan 13, 2012|
BETA PHOTO: The route goes along the prow at the back of the p...
The route follows a prominant prow up the wall.
P1 = It starts with smooth low angle climbing for 10' and then steepens and passes a tree/shrub on the right 45'. The rock gets broken and a little loose for about 10' as the route traveses slightly left towards another shrub. Climb over the buldge and straight up onto perfect smooth limestone until the Anchors and a small foot ledge.(70-80ft)
P2 = Climb up and right around the prow to a left facing crack up a dihederal. Go right past the crack and climb the clean face up and right through a shallow groove to the anchors.(90ft)
rap the route
Walk north past the Chuck Chuck route up a small hill when you crest the hill you will see a prow where the cliff band makes a bend to the east. Walk to the base of it and look for bolts.
50m rope or longer
10 to 12 draws
This should help identify the start of the route. ...
Head for the crack and traverse up and left out of...
How the route got its name!
Seperation Anxiety climbs to the top right of the ...