Type: TR Fixed Hardware (2)
FA: Scott Woodruff and Ray Snead, 1979.
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Shared By: Anonymous Coward on Dec 31, 2000
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Start left of where the rope falls. Most of the climb is done to the left of the rope. The begining is fairly easy with lots of big holds. About half way up the climb gets harder with some interesting balance techniques and opposing forces. The top is easy and if you follow the route you should have to traverse about 10 feet to the chains.

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Chains are at the top providing a very quick and easy set up. A large tree is up there too for a backup if you desire. Bring a long sling for it.