Type: Sport
FA: Mike Dahlberg
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Shared By: Darin Limvere on May 22, 2006
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"Chinese Freedom and this route share the same start. Climb the start of "Chinese Freedom" and traverse up and left from the hueco 15ft off the deck. Once established on a ledge climb up the bolt line through difficult hold finding. At a sloped right facing edge, traverse straight left and up to the chains. Most people find the traverse sequence to be somewhat tricky.. Fun edge filled climbing. Definitely one of the better 5.10's on the winter wall. Loose rock often lurks by the chains so beware!

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Adam Therneau
  5.10d
Adam Therneau  
  5.10d
Pretty fun, but sharp and akward at the very top. Nov 15, 2006
Jeff Kolehmainen
Eagan, MN
 
Jeff Kolehmainen   Eagan, MN
 
Do the direct start and it adds a couple hard moves and gives this route a definite feel or its own rather than starting with Chinese Freedom. Give it a shot. May 14, 2008
Glenn Burns
St. Paul, MN
Glenn Burns   St. Paul, MN
jeff:

arno ilgner did the direct start and made it look easy... i could barely get off the ground... its definitely there and a lot of fun.

-=glenn=- May 20, 2008
Bob Kryzer
Minnesota
  5.10c
Bob Kryzer   Minnesota
  5.10c
Anybody know how hard the moves are if you take the right-facing sloping edge up on top? I always climb up to that section then remember I had to go left, then down climb and traverse left then up. Apr 20, 2009