|Type:||Sport, 1 pitch, 80'|
|Consensus:||YDS: 5.12d French: 7c Ewbanks: 28 UIAA: IX ZA: 28 British: E6 6b [details]|
|Submitted By:||dallas.milburn on Mar 31, 2009|
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Apr 28, 2009
|Trying to be more descriptive with the location. After walking right from the madness cave, this is the 3rd route encountered. Easily identified by the two very long slings on the last and next to last bolts.|
From: ABQ, NM
Oct 19, 2009
|Starts up a short arete past the second bolt.|
By Curt MacNeill
From: Boulder, CO
Apr 20, 2011
This climb is a mega classic. Despite seeing alot of traffic on this route, I saw very few people send the thing on my recent trip to the Gorge. I mananged to make it a little past the last bolt but couldnt find the juice to finsih the exciting and runout crux finsish. I tried this route about 8 times over a week, this is steep jug hauling at its best. And unless your crazy strong and have mad endurance, you will probably take the MASSIVE whip at the top just trying to hold on. Great fun and if your climbing at this grade, this is a must do Red River Gorge Classic!!!!
P.S.- From the last long chain draw to the anchors is quite runout and probably one of the biggest falls you will ever take. It is completely safe and you will never even hit the wall. I don't know if it's 60 feet, but I would say a solid 30-40' if you take the whip like most people do on the small crimps right before the chains. HUGE FALL and HUGE FUN. Do It!!!!