Type: Trad, Sport, 90 ft
FA: N. Strickland, T. Crabtree, 1992
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A rarity in the Red, being a climb with a low angle crux, with small holds. Climb up pockets and horizontals past a few bolts and gear placements (small-med cams or tricams) and get into the business, a low angled slab with small holds. Continue to the shuts and rap off.
Lowering off and TR-ing are less advisable on this route, since the angle of the rock seems to create a twist in the rope as it goes.


This climb ascends the low-angle wall (relatively low, anyway) just left of headstone surfer and just right of an arete.


A set of draws and a few tricams or cams for the horizontals between the bottom bolts.


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The guidebook gives an R rating... if you only bring a rack of draws. Treat the first 25 feet as a mixed route, and it's as G rated as they get. Jan 31, 2013
Tom Atkins
Carbondale, Illinois
Tom Atkins   Carbondale, Illinois
An excellent thin Crux midway challenges even the solid 11 climber.
Good stuff May 29, 2015