Type: TR, 40 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Adam Stackhouse on Mar 4, 2006
Admins: Marc Kajut, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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This route ascends the seams and weakness between The Roof And The Shoulder. Follow a move or two to a jug, then highstep/toecam with the left foot with a liebackish move with the left palm. Pull this move to gain a stance to swing the right hand up and finish the seams to the top.


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Another route that was more complicated than you think it's going to be. Nov 28, 2008
Steve Shumaker
Steve Shumaker  
This is a fun route with two small and fun dynamic moves prior to the crux. I suspect that was the origin of the name. It was solid 5.10d 15-20 years ago when an informal guide generously rated it 5.11. Since then a key hold at the crux broke off and it has easily gone up a letter grade. I give it 5.11a. Jun 2, 2009
Encinitas, CA
RockyR   Encinitas, CA
TR'd. Bolted anchor up top. Nice fun route. For me the entire route is the crux!! Super gym-like moves! Aug 17, 2011
Noah Fogel
Cbad CA
Noah Fogel   Cbad CA
super fun i reccomend anybody who goes to dixon lake to get on it Apr 8, 2012
5.10d my ass.....maybe for shorter climbers it might be, but really awkward for taller climbers, and much harder than it looks. Also can get greasy and if I remember correctly water seepage can be a problem too. Kind of odd climbing and not that memorable really, but hell you might as well try the whole wall if you are there. The "Triple D" variation is probably a better climb but substantially harder. Jun 3, 2018