Type: Sport, 100 ft Fixed Hardware (10)
FA: Steve Muller, Dianne Barrow, and Mark Rolofson, 1997?
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Shared By: Kreighton Bieger on May 11, 2001 with improvements by Patrick Sherry
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac, Tyler KC

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Description

Rossiter calls this a 9, and I believe Rolofson a 10. It felt harder than 9. This demands good slab technique and is bolted a bit for the taller person, even though the bolts are closely spaced. That said, the route begins 15 feet left of the left-facing dihedral that is P1 of the Bihedral route and ascends a low-angle slab which steepens near the top. Two tricky sequences get the blood flowing at the third and fifth bolts. This is a great route.

Protection

[8] well-spaced bolts to a two-bolt Fixe anchor with lowering hooks that is shared with Hold The Line.

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