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Lee Hansche starting up the offwidth
Start up a few moves in the Offwidth and traverse right on good holds to below the initial bolt, then climb up on thin holds on a low angle face along a line of bolts. THis is generally a body-length right of the offwidth crack. Where the crack ends, trend left up above it to the bolted anchor, which is shared with JuJu, the arete to the left.
This route is immediately right of the "Trash Compactor" a large, rectangular rockhouse with a slab at the back and a huge roof above. on the left side of the slab there is an O.W. crack that goes up and then left at the top. Just right of this, still on the left side of the slab overall, is a clean bolted face, "Sundance."
5 bolts to a bolted anchor.
lily on the fun upper slab...
By Chris Chaney
From: Stanton, Kentucky
Nov 10, 2006
This route doesn't climb as well as Ju-Ju. A lot of people climb the OW to bypass the crux low section. You can alternately top rope this route after leading Ju-Ju as well.
By Ryan Babbitt
Mar 27, 2016
There is a high first bolt with a solid crux near the second bolt. Definitely a hard beginning, pushing the grade until you are past the 3rd bolt. The OW on the left can be protected with some large cams if desired instead of the face. There are also a few 1/4" (approx) rusted studs sticking out about 1/4" along the bolted line.... be mindful of them.