Type: Sport, 40 ft
FA: Luis Saca, Danny Rider (1995)
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Shared By: Matt McMurray on Nov 15, 2006
Admins: Justin Johnsen

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Climb the super-sharp crimps as you move upward. There is a medium-sized jug after the third bolt that requires high feet and some tight crimps to reach. GO FOR IT!


This is the furthest left route on the main wall, and is located just right of a large hueco about 10-15 feet off the ground.


Four bolts to chains.


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This route is great! The reachy, bouldery start is made easy with high feet, but can be difficult if you're not comfortable at the grade. The crux of the route is getting between the third and fourth bolt. I fell going for the high crimp. Led clean on second try. Hint: high right foot! I clipped the fourth bolt off of the crimps, rather than the jug. The feet are much better in this position, and the bolt is well within reach.

Great route, and a must-do in the afternoon shade. May 11, 2015