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Why do they call this climb Symmetry?
Obvious beautiful splitter crack on right portion of crag. Wonderful pure crack climbing.
Can't miss it, walk past chicken fingers and 25 feet diff eq. and look up.
one .75, one #1, two #2, two #3, two #4, one 4.5 and one #5. It doesn't look that big up higher but it is. Rap down.
Brent working the fists. (Not as bad as it sounds....
Below the crux
|By manuel rangel|
Jul 4, 2008
Even with a single #5, it still felt like I could have used a second one. Great route.
Aug 30, 2009
Like the beta says; doesnt look that wide...but it is!! Didnt take anything larger than a three,,just from eyeing the line... whoops.... yikes.... Awesome route.
|By Joel Hickok|
Oct 19, 2009
Please consider indicating what brand of gear you are recommending (BD, Wild Country, Metolius, etc). These sizes you recommend in the description look like Black Diamond, but you never know. Or, just list the size in inches and the climber can deduct which cams to bring. Thanks!
|By Catherine Conner|
From: Phoenix, AZ
Jul 25, 2010
Updated gear as of TODAY! Approx these sizes (you decide how many)-.75 (1), two 2s, two 3s, two 3.5, two 4's and maybe two 5's (or at least one).You can walk stuff if needed. Black Diamond modern aka WTF were they thinking!
|By Tamara Hastie|
From: Flagstaff, Arizona
Jul 30, 2012
Classic to see this here :)
Surprising really :)
But the F.A was done March of 2008 by myself and Matt Greco on lead up to a single bolt stud anchor (glad to hear that it was replaced and maybe moved higher? and I will apologize now :) for the single bolt anchor)...but we named it Guillotine because of the large flake/rock that peeled off the beginning.
From: mesa, az
Aug 1, 2012
Tim and I saw that bolt about half-way up what is now the climb. We assumed it was a bail bolt since it is at the crux (and next to a sweet crack) or possibly that someone didn't have big enough gear to finish. If we meet I owe you a hanger.