Type: Trad, 80 ft
FA: Mike Waugh & Jim Mathews, November 1986
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Shared By: David Evans on Dec 31, 2004
Admins: C Miller, Greg Opland, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Description

Such a Line is the proudest crack line at the Zebra Cliffs. This Yosemite style splitter is strenuous and intimidating. An awkward right leaning hand crack leads to a pod (5.10c). Exit the pod and climb the right hand branch to the top (5.10d).

Protection

Standard rack to 3".

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Randy
  5.10d
Randy  
  5.10d
An excellent route, 3 of 5 stars. Likely the best route on the crag. Mar 8, 2004
Vernon Stiefel
  5.10d
Vernon Stiefel  
  5.10d
I placed a bomber stopper high in the left crack with a long runner before veering into the right crack. If the rock quality was better I would give this route 4 out of 5 stars. Regardless, the climbing was fantastic. Sep 22, 2005
Will S
Joshua Tree
 
Will S   Joshua Tree
 
Yosemite style splitter? Huh? Anyway, this is the best looking line at the crag and probably the longest as well. Quality but somewhat awkward climbing climbing in the flare. Inexplicably gets no stars in Vogel. Jan 25, 2009
A number of shoulder-length slings are helpful on this route to reduce ropedrag. Many of the placements are deep inside the flare and pod. Excellent jamming with beautiful hands down low and a fingery crux up high. Jan 9, 2012