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Troglodyte 

M9

   
Type:  Sport, Mixed, 1 pitch, 100'
Consensus: M9 [details]
FA: Sven Krebs
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Submitted By: eDixon on Oct 26, 2007
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Description 

About 300 feet downhill from the route Skylight is the prominent, overhanging cave called "Poser's Lounge". It is just uphill of two steep switchbacks in the Camp Bird Road. Climb up into the cave via a fixed rope. This is the second route from the left in the cave. The route is bolted and draws are typically already hanging.


Location 

This is the second route from the left at the "Poser's Lounge".


Protection 

Bolts.



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Dan Dalton nearing the lip of the Poser's Lounge Cave on the route Troglodyte,  1/11/2009.
Dan Dalton nearing the lip of the Poser's Lounge C...
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By Bryan Gilmore
From: Your Mama
Jan 1, 2009
rating: M9

It's probably more like 100'. You'll just make it back to the ground when lowered from the anchor, watch the end of your rope!