Type: Sport
FA: Lenny Nelson
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Shared By: Eric Jacobsen on Aug 7, 2001 with 1 Suggestions
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Description

Begins at the top of a talus slope, just to the left of Bolt Route and several hundred feet west (right) of Goodro's Wall and Six Appeal. Bolts angle up to the right with fun moves on various size edges. Stay left near the top to make it more challenging. Careful on the descent as you are lowered into a chasm (watch your head)!

"Six Pence and Aqualung were the original "Locomotive Breath" established in the early 90's . There was a variation, for those who did not want to do the overhang, that traversed across above the first pitch ( to the west) and ascended a arête via three bolts to a face via two bolts to the top and single bolt anchor. The variation was named "wind up". I was listening to Jethro Tull that day. The first pitch later had another bolt with a set of chains added when I found climbers liked top roping the first pitch" -L. Nelson

Protection

6 bolts with two chains on top for anchor.

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