Type: Sport, 115 ft (35 m), 2 pitches
FA: Garth Bruce, Drew Fletcher & Dave Perkins (2005)
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I Wanna Go Home is a 2 pitch line on the far left side of Lost Boys. The first pitch is typical "juggy" exit 38 climbing, while the second is quite slabby.

P1. Begin up a small face, climbing over a small lip about 15 feet up. This felt like the crux to me; non-descript climbing continues to the anchor.

P2. The second pitch starts up a steep, blank face before pulling around a roof and the corner above. This felt more exposed than I expected from the ground; make use of the arete and think things through-- a short but unprotected fall on the anchor/ledge is a possibility. After turning the corner, make a step over a small lip and onto a slab, using the arete as you ascend. Near the top, fight the urge to stay with the arete when the bolt line pulls you right.

This is a 35m line, and both pitches can easily led as one with no drag.


The left bolt line on Lost Boys, following slab overlaps to the right of the mossy section.


7 bolts P1, 4 bolts P2. Both anchors have chains. A single rap with a 70m leaves ~15 feet on the ground; careful orientation may allow you to make one rap with a 60m.