Type: Trad, TR, 40 ft
FA: Eric Sutton,Chris Jockobson
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Shared By: Eric Sutton on Aug 12, 2002
Admins: Andrew Gram, Peter Gram, Greg Parker, Mike Madsen, Mark Rafferty

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"Led A-Stray" follows the crack system between "Shady Proposition" and "Climbus Interuptus". Once the crack ends there are still some small rp placements and then it moves slightly left and straight up the face past one bolt to the top and left to the anchors above "Shady Proposition". The climbing through the crux section is tweaky on the elbows and or shoulders but has decent gear. The climbing above the tiny rp's is a bit too hard for the available protection, so I have yet to recomend this route to anybody as a lead. It's a good top-rope though and would get better with more travel.


Standard rack up to hand-size protection with extra rp and small camming gear.The hardest climbing is adequately protected with very serious fall potential above top of seam.One bolt high above end of seam.


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