After leading Sword in the Stone (whose bolts are visible in the left-hand side of this photo), you will surely be left wanting more of the route's outstanding patina. It can be yours by top-roping the plumb-line beneath the anchors. This excellent face climb goes at about 5.8+ and follows a line just right of the red rope.
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Matthew Fienup
Aug 21, 2013
After leading Sword in the Stone (whose bolts are visible in the left-hand side of this photo), you will surely be left wanting more of the route's outstanding patina. It can be yours by top-roping the plumb-line beneath the anchors. This excellent face climb goes at about 5.8+ and follows a line just right of the red rope.
Matthew Fienup
Ventura, CA
Matthew Fienup   Ventura, CA  
I did find a hangerless bolt, but it was the bit/sleeve from a self-drill bolt. I had assumed that this was left over from a an 80s-era ascent. Is this yours?


Self-drill bolt
Apr 28, 2014
Matthew Fienup
Ventura, CA
Matthew Fienup   Ventura, CA  
I wonder if somebody didn't remove and patch it. I've spent a bit of time on this wall and haven't yet noticed a hangerless 1/2-incher. Apr 28, 2014

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