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Cody enjoying the dance up Super Arete on a crispy...
Online guide gives this a 5.8 for difficulty.
Far lefthand side of SuperSlab Wall.
Rachael moving up to more buckets on Super Arete. ...
This is the Super Slab shot from the top of The Ba...
The position and exposure on the route are wild.
|By Larry Earley|
From: Los Alamos, NM
Oct 8, 2006
I believe Gary Clark bolted this route. Crux move is 8. Route mostly 5.7. Moving to first bolt no problem. Crux is between bolts 2 and three. A move near top also an 8.
|By Jason Hundhausen|
From: Bozeman, MT
May 5, 2008
Agreed, first bolt isn't an issue here.
|By lance hadfield|
Jun 15, 2010
this is only a 5.7 to people solid on 5.10 if it had twice the bolts so you would not break your legs it might be the 5 star route it could be to the people at the 5.8 grade.
|By Dean Cool|
From: Boulder, CO
Aug 15, 2010
This route was fun but a little run out for a 5.8 leader (if you don't have a good head). There are some loose blocks on the arete so tread lightly 3/4 of the way up. The clip anchors at the top are getting worn down. Maybe due to the amount its climbed or perhaps people are top roping trough the anchors. Please add draws to the anchor to save the clips.
|By Logan Schiff|
From: NY, NY
Mar 25, 2013
Very fun route with good exposure and length. Could use another couple bolts, but should be safe with a careful belayer. I think a solid 5.8 leader would be fine on this as there is really only one 5.8 move between the second and third bolts. Top overhang move is fun too.
Sadly the weather got really bad as I was leading it and we couldn't do Clast Action to the right, which also looks great.