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Unknown Reach 

YDS: 5.11 French: 6c+ Ewbanks: 23 UIAA: VIII- British: E4 5c A0

Type:  Trad, Sport, Aid, 1 pitch, 110'
Consensus:  YDS: 5.11 French: 6c+ Ewbanks: 23 UIAA: VIII- British: E4 5c A0 [details]
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Submitted By: Jesse Zacher on May 1, 2012
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Climb up a broken pillar and clip a bolt. Move past two heads to gain a sloping ledge. A bolt or two leads to a difficult jump to a sloper, or A0. From here, some fun slab climbing trends left into a corner. Some easy terrain leads to an anchor high up.


This is 10 yards right of Optical Illusions. Look for the two heads below the sloping ledge.


#3, small gear, nuts, and QDs.
Bolted anchor. 70m rope.

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By Jesse Zacher
From: Grand Junction, Co
May 1, 2012

Route is definitely free-able One tough move and she is done!

By Jesse Zacher
From: Grand Junction, Co
Nov 22, 2013

After looking through the book, there is a possibility that this is actually the route, "Hairdresser on Fire" labeled as a 5.13? Project. However I have my doubts because a few feet to the left is a line with some smashed hangers and empty holes. The route that exists now goes higher than the book describes and has a few copper heads en-route which was typical of Jim Beyer. The hanger smashing was sometimes typical of him as well.