Type: Sport
FA: Ken Trout, Steve Stubblefield
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Shared By: Kristo torgersen on Aug 9, 2001
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Description

Short Attention Span ascends the face just right of the right-facing corner which gains access to the three sport lines that start off the top of the huge block. A few moves off of a good mono (no really, it's good!) gains a stance to clip the first bolt. It wouldn't be pretty to fall before this first clip. The technical crux comes at the third bolt with a few thin moves sideways, and then a second, height-dependant crux at the fourth bolt. From here, it's smooth sailing on 5.10 moves to the top. The anchors are up right of the last bolt. This line makes a good warm up for the other, more demanding routes on this wall.

Protection

Six bolts to a two bolt anchor with rap rings.

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While it's really the only "warm up route" for the other sport routes, it's tough because of the crimpy nature. May 10, 2004
tom selleck  
 
Sharp. Oct 23, 2008