Type: Sport, TR, 45 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: 8jimi8 Clary on Sep 2, 2006
Admins: Hank Caylor, Matt Richardson, LeeAB Brinckerhoff

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High crux over the last bolt. Crank the gaston and then layback like a mofo and scramble up some bad crimps


Take the first 3 bolts of Jade and then traverse left following the obvious jugs.


5 bolts and a 3 chain anchor


Gavin Echterling
Austin, TX
Gavin Echterling   Austin, TX
Pretty burly crux at the top, fair warning, you can take some pretty big whippers on this one. I took 2 one day and both were about 15 feet. Super clean, open air falls though. Aug 11, 2014
Cameron Casey
Las Vegas
Cameron Casey   Las Vegas
There seem to be two different finishes on this route now. Perhaps someone can shed light on this. Climbed it in late feb 2017 and it seemed like you could either go left or you could pull a roof of sorts and finish more right on a separate (newer) pair of fix draw anchors. Mar 8, 2017
Wouldn't classify 15 feet as a big whipper ... anything over 50 is a gnarly whipper.

Cameron- to your point about two finishes; Yes, I saw the same thing. I clipped in bolt two and went right and finished under the same roof finish skipping bolt 3.. A local that was there mentioned this route was established less than 18 months ago to establish linebacking techniques with a sustained finish. Dec 6, 2017
Colin Brochard
Colin Brochard   Austin
Great route, nice one to get warm for Jade next door.

Re: 50 foot whippers... that'd put you about 10 feet underground off the top of the tallest wall at Reimers. Given how close the ground is here... 15 feet still makes my heart go. That being said, this route felt safe. Feb 5, 2018
Cameron, I believe you are referring to the anchors of Catharsis Roof, which is a 12c variation from Jade, not intended to be traversed over from Bastard in a Brothel, which ends left in chains. Jul 21, 2018