Stay the Hand
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Jim working Stay the Hand in very frictiony condit...
Sequential climbing on good holds. This would be a 5.10 if it were farther left on the wall where the angle is easier.
More bouldery than endurance dependant.
Right end of the 5.10 wall (Opposite end from AWOL)
From: Thornton, CO
Sep 5, 2008
rating: 5.12a 7a+ 25 VIII+ 25 E5 6a
Given the same holds and moves, of course it would be 5.10 if it was less overhanging, If it was slabby, it'd be 5.8.
But it is 5.12, and it's a really good route. The crux is basically a 3-bolt, V4 boulder problem, followed by some 5.10 jug hauling and a few moves of 5.11 up higher. Do it.