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This is a fine route that can be found between a bushy crack and sandy floored chimney about 50 yards to the right of the Indian drawings on Wallstreet. It doesn't seem to get much traffic, possibly due to the runout to the first pin. If you climb even near the grade the first bit to this pin shouldn't be a problem. The crux is found between the third and fourth pin where a small bulge must be passed with very thin feet and minimal hands.
Five drilled pitons to a 2 drilled piton belay.
|By Bo Johnston|
Apr 25, 2005
Does anyone know the name of very chalked up bolted line to the left of Shadowfax? It climbed at 5.9 or so and was fun.
From: Boulder, CO
Jul 13, 2007
Little Thailand is the 5.9 left of Shadowfax