Type: Sport, TR, 40 ft (12 m)
FA: [approx 1989 Tom Hanson]
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Shared By: Luc Gruenther on Nov 3, 2002
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac, Tyler KC

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On the same piece of rock as Bat Face (below the powerlines), just a few feet left and around the corner, is this fun and powerful, south-facing route. Start on top of the boulder, where you can clip the first bolt, then literally jump to the two slopey start holds. Crank through the sweet, technical, powerful moves to a decent rest in the middle of the route. Avoid using the arete to the far right of the bolts. Finish up with another steep section of rock.

The route is extremely well protected. If you want to toprope the route, the anchors are easily accessed via the north rim of the canyon. Walk east (climber's right) 50-75 yards to access the rim via easy 5th class rock, or go west (climber's left) a short distance and scramble to the top.

In the picture below, Seem to Seam is on the most obvious orange face of rock.

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5 bolts to 2-bolt anchor at the lip.

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