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Gorilla My Dreams S 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ 18 E1 5a
Timberjack T 5.8 5b 16 VI- 15 HVS 4c
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2017 Seasonal Raptor Closure: UTW from waterfall to Golden Arch Details

Description

The obvious bolted lieback flake on the middle of the winkie dinkie cliff.

The easy start is sometimes wet.

Protection

Bolts, gear down low if wet

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Sherri Lewis
Sequim, WA
 
Sherri Lewis   Sequim, WA
 
An excellent physical line that will test your endurance and resolve.

A #3 Camelot nicely protects before the 1st bolt. If it's damp off the deck, there's also a place for a tcu lower down. After the 1st bolt, the clips are where you want them but if you bring a #.5-.75 you may find a nice spot for it somewhere between the upper bolts, though it's not necessary.

After you catch your breath, be sure to follow the fixed line and short trail uphill to help yourself to a serving of Plum Pudding, a fun 5.9 lieback dihedral. To the lookers left of Plum Pudding, there is also a mixed line w/new bolts that goes up a chimney-ish corner then around to the right following knobs. Goes at 5.9ish with a bolted anchor at top. Aug 11, 2012
sqwirll
Las Vegas
 
sqwirll   Las Vegas
 
Definitely put gear in down low if it's wet. Someone decked from the 1st bolt recently and had to get helicoptered out of there. Oct 31, 2008