Type: Sport, 130 ft
FA: Duane Raleigh
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Shared By: Christopher Marks on Nov 17, 2006 with updates from Keith Oler
Admins: Drew Nevius

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Another must do at Quartz. Crux is at 1st bolt moving right onto the main face, then climb small edges, dishes and mantles up to the last bolt. Crux is mantleing onto the polished dishes above the bulge.


At the base of the South America formation. Spot the first bolt and climb trending left, connecting bolts.


4 bolts


J. Thornton
  5.10b R
J. Thornton  
  5.10b R
4 well-placed bolts. Each bolt is just below the harder moves. Apr 7, 2012
This route would be a classic anywhere. It only has 4 bolts, but they are all right where you need them. The crux move over the little overlap feels hard the first time, but after you get it wired, it isn't bad. Jan 17, 2016
Drew Nevius
Drew Nevius   Oklahoma  
2nd and 3rd lead bolts were replaced with 1/2” SS in Nov 2018. 3rd Bolt was previously a 5/16” buttonhead Nov 9, 2018