|Lambada Dome Left
The first pitch follows the main slash up and left past 9 bolts to a bolted anchor. The rock is so-so and the crux could be a combination of grain and a legitimate move or two right near the top.
The second pitch is more like 3 stars. It busts out onto the face on better rock and follows nice edges and 9 bolts (with some possible runouts) to the top of the formation. Bolt anchor at the top.
This is the big slash leading up and left that splits the main formation. Bolt anchors and a single rope rap.
Bolts and bolted anchors.
|By Russ Walling|
Aug 22, 2007
I believe this was named since the route separated the walls or main faces. Then again, Mick could have lifted the title from obscure David Sylvian piece and it only means something to him. I'll check....