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Type: Sport, 60 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Andy Laakmann on Jun 22, 2006
Admins: Mike Snyder, Jake Dickerson, Taylor Spiegelberg

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Entertaining face climbing above the roof is the highlight of this route. The climb begins with 30 feet of slab to the standard Rodeo roof move. The final headwall to the anchors is thin and thought provoking. Stay left of the upper bolts for the easiest passage.


The first climb right of the "step up" on the base trail (so it is BEFORE the step!). Also right of the dead tree in the middle of the base.


8 bolts. Anchors.


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Daniel Nelson
Jackson, WY
Daniel Nelson   Jackson, WY
My favorite route on the wall. Two cruiser roofs with excellent patinas that thin out to a crux 2/3 up. A must do at Rodeo Wall. Jul 21, 2014
Greg Miles
Greg Miles  
Re-bolted on 9.27.17 This fantastic route is probably one of the best on the cliff. Really fun steep patina edges on the upper headwall section make this a classic. . Be aware of a loose hold that is heavily chalked on the right side just above the roof on the lower section. 10 bolts plus anchors. Solid 5.10b. Jul 27, 2016

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