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Vanishing Point 

YDS: 5.12d French: 7c Ewbanks: 28 UIAA: IX British: E6 6b

   
Type:  Sport
Consensus:  YDS: 5.12d French: 7c Ewbanks: 28 UIAA: IX British: E6 6b [details]
FA: Bob Parrott
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Submitted By: Jay Knower on Mar 29, 2009
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Description 

There is a bolted line immediately left of Toothless Grin. This route starts on the first two bolts of Toothless Grin and heads left, following a horizontal crack above a big roof. Then the climb veers sharply up, and climbs past numerous bolts to an anchor above the upper roof system.

The climbing on this route is certainly unique, from the pumpy crack traverse, to the technical slab (we used a slab-dyno), to the big tenuous moves before the anchor. Though this route may not be considered classic by everyone, I am aware that there is a small, but somewhat askew, following.


Protection 

Mostly bolts. Two pins. One Alien to back up the first pin.



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By Jay Knower
Administrator
From: Plymouth, NH
Mar 29, 2009

Does anyone have more info about this route?

By jason seaver
From: Estes Park, CO
Mar 30, 2009

I can't remember what he called it, but I'm pretty sure it's a Bob Parrott route from the late 90's. 12+ sounds about right.

By Tom Bowker
From: somewhere in the USA
Aug 29, 2009

The climb is called "vanishing point"
Bob Parrott did the FA

By Jay Knower
Administrator
From: Plymouth, NH
Aug 29, 2009

Great. Thanks Tom.