Type: Trad, 80 ft
FA: Rob Robinson, Mark Cartwright - 1985
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Shared By: Josh Janes on Nov 28, 2006
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Climb a thin, intermittent crack in a slightly left-facing corner (looks more positive than it is) up to a stance below the high roof. There is a perfect handcrack through the roof, but the roof is more easily pulled on the large face holds.


Standard rack.


Nick Stayner
Wymont Kingdom
Nick Stayner   Wymont Kingdom
We bailed out the wimpy way via a right facing corner to the right of the massive roof. Feb 12, 2007
David Draper
Chattanooga, TN
David Draper   Chattanooga, TN
The roof is intimidating, but probably easier than the corner below. You can load it with gear and just swing out with no worries Jan 2, 2009
It felt that the crux was the lower bulge with some bouldery moves but the roof is definitely not without its own set of charms...falls are relatively safe though with bomber gear there if one does decide to log some air time.. Mar 19, 2011
Red River Gorge
JohnWesely   Red River Gorge
Pretty fun route. My partner and I couldn't stop talking about it after we did it. Jan 16, 2012
Dom R
Bend, OR
Dom R   Bend, OR
Before the first bulge, where the first crack ends, there is that interesting set of smallish holds, kind of side pulls. Either way I could shift them back and forth. They look like a cammed block that's probably pretty safe, but just saying, be careful as time wears on them. Also the gear is all there and bomber before firing through the first bulge, but it's not necessarily obvious where the least thin gear is, just keep your eyes open. Jan 4, 2016