Type: Trad, 80 ft
FA: H. Loeffler, D. Lutes, 1992
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Shared By: Tony B on Oct 2, 2006
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Description

Start up Cruising Lane for a few meters and then step left onto a ledge and into a thinner crack. Protect from the better stances (with feet) and sprint inbetween. As the crack ends climb up and left to the ledge.
To descend, rap from the Cruising Lane anchors.

Location

Just left of Cruising Lane and Right of Passage, on the left hand side of the same inset on can see a thinner line through the face that starts on Cruising Lane. This is Goodstone.

Protection

Gear up to 2" knuckle-sized cams are useful. The larger piece to start on Cruising Lane is optional.

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TomCaldwell
Clemson, S.C.
  5.10c
TomCaldwell   Clemson, S.C.
  5.10c
After having done Rebar, there is no way this is 11a. Oct 26, 2012
Will Sweeney
Zachariah, Kentucky
  5.10c
Will Sweeney   Zachariah, Kentucky
  5.10c
Compared to rebar this is hard to even call this 10d like the guidebook does. Still a fun route with sweet locks and well protected face climbing afterwards. Apr 22, 2013
kck
  5.10b/c
kck  
  5.10b/c
Rebar is probably 11c. This is probably 10b.

Maybe if you continued straight up instead of bailing left it would be a 11a, but nobody does that. Still a fun route; wished the crack went on for longer. Oct 2, 2016