Type: Sport
FA: CP Little
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Shared By: Luke Stefurak on Feb 2, 2006
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick

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Description

The very last route on the wall. Arguably a bit tougher than Culture Shock. This route is thuggy on Nevermind's most overhaning section.

Protection

Bolted to chains. Now (2016) with permadraws.

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Jeff Hebert
Seattle, WA
  5.12b
Jeff Hebert   Seattle, WA
  5.12b
What's the deal with the finish of this route? Making it to the last bolt isn't all that tough, but the section between the last bolt and anchor is pretty blank. I was baffled. Jun 11, 2011
geoff georges
Seattle, Wa.
geoff georges   Seattle, Wa.
FA: CP Little Mar 16, 2015
cashmab
  5.12b
cashmab  
  5.12b
Route has been outfitted with Permadraws (August 2016) for your projecting delight. Aug 10, 2016
MilesC
 
MilesC  
 
Anyone else use a hold that might be shared with culture shock at the crux here? Still felt like 12b, and it's really a squeeze to avoid it... Jun 19, 2017
Timothy Foster
Bellingham, WA
 
Timothy Foster   Bellingham, WA
 
I may have done it wrong, but I went left after the last bolt & joined culture shock to clip the chains cause there was no chalk straight up. Are you supposed to go straight up the blank section to the anchors? Oct 28, 2017
Nick Drake
Newcastle, WA
Nick Drake   Newcastle, WA
Most people I know do go a tad left of the bolt line and use some holds which may be used on culture shock. Haven't seen anyone able to do the finish straight up to the anchor. Mar 20, 2019
Ales Kobrle
Seattle
  5.12b/c
Ales Kobrle   Seattle
  5.12b/c
You go "straight up" shearing just one hold for left hand with Culture Shock (for sure crux move is getting to the anchors from last bolt). May 13, 2019