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Manasi being belayed by Drew on Squiggles Direct
A easily set-up and oft-done top rope. I've never seen anyone lead it, although I suspect it does get the occasional lead attempt. Reach the top by climbing Squiggles, or climbing the Uberfall Descent and heading left at the top.
Climb the crack, then work your way up the pleasant-looking but often dirty face.
At a thin crack 15 feet right of Squiggles.
Minimal. Injury potential.
|Comments on Squiggles Direct
From: Athens, GA
May 27, 2011
rating: 5.10b PG13
This route actually protects fairly well. The crux is protected by a very very small RP.
From: Stone Ridge, NY
Jan 30, 2012
rating: 5.10a/b R
I've led this twice and never found worthwhile protection until the piton.
|By Dave L|
Dec 26, 2012
Climbing this ropeless is a really fun way to do it as long as you're comfortable soloing 5.5 or 5.6. All the moves are solid and you don't have gear until it's really easy so...