Type: Trad, 60 ft (18 m)
FA: Jeff Slider
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Shared By: Craig Quincy on May 9, 2003 · Updates
Admins: slim, Andrew Gram, Perin Blanchard, GRK, D Crane

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If there are 40 routes on Wall Street then this definitely ranks in the Top 40. I wouldn't plan a road trip around it, but this is worth doing if you're looking for one of the few 5.8 leads in the desert or a warm up.

This left facing corner is distinguished by two drilled angles at the top.Upward progress can be made via almost any climbing technique: laybacking, jamming, stemming, etc. Locate the route on the left side of the cliff before encountering the second top roping area. To its left lies Lacto Mangulation (5.10b) a right facing corner with several bolts and to its right is skeletron (sp?) a bolted 5.11d.

Descent: Short rap to ground ~ 50 feet.

It looks possible to climb passed the anchor on Top 40 via a thin hand crack and achieve the top of the anchor on skeletron.

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Standard rack (nuts fit in a couple spots) + 2 quickdraws for the drill angles.