Type: Trad, 150 ft, 3 pitches
FA: Eric Peterson, Brett Fundak, Paul Stucky - 1989
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Shared By: saxfiend on Nov 21, 2006
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Description

Multi-pitch climbing at T-Wall! Beautiful rock and nice exposure.

P1 -- move up pretty orange rock to a blocky roof. Pull the roof and move up to a ledge below a dihedral to belay. About 40'.

P2 -- follow the long dihedral to a belay ledge. 60'.

P3 -- continue up the corner to the top. 50'.

Location

Starts about 20' left of Wrectum Wrecker.

Protection

Full rack (cams, tricams, nuts). Gear anchors at belays.

Photos

This goes very easily in two pitches and can even be done in one. Jan 1, 2007
426
426  
Often wet in winter/spring...

Classic corner though. Mar 5, 2007
Jeff Mekolites
ATL GA
 
Jeff Mekolites   ATL GA
 
Watch the rap on this one....The only tree left with slings, etc is to the right of the route. Below this rap tree there are numerous rope eating flakes and funky twisted rope eating pine tree branches. We donated two biners to make the pull easier on the slings and quick links. Mar 20, 2007
Chuck Parks
Atlanta, GA
Chuck Parks   Atlanta, GA
There are now bolts & rap rings at the top of this climb. We did a 2-rope rappel to the ground from that anchor, trending out climber's left along a ramp/arete below. Our ropes pulled with no hang-ups. Your mileage may vary.

Judging by what we had left, you'd probably just reach the ground rappelling on a single 70m rope. You could also rap on a single 60m and downclimb the last bit to the ground -- if you're into that sort of thing! Oct 20, 2014