Type: Trad, 100 ft
FA: Rob Robinson, Steve Goins - 1985
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Shared By: Danny Inman on Dec 8, 2006
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Description

Just to the left of Passages, Super Slide takes a shallow left-facing corner capped with a small roof. The crux is pulling out of the corner and onto the face. Nice route with thin and exciting moves. I recall the climbing eases up considerably above the roof.

Shares the chain anchors with Passages

Location

Just left of Passages

Protection

Small wires, medium stoppers, small cams.

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Tight like that. I wander a bit on the lower section...and it does ease up higher, but still skimpy pro.

Solid 10 leader with some face moves will enjoy. Feb 27, 2007
Harrison Dreves
Denver, Colorado
  5.10b R
Harrison Dreves   Denver, Colorado
  5.10b R
It's definitely rather runout above the crux (which has great pro). I place a 0 C3 about 15 above the crux and then a bomber nut off the the right, about 30 feet above. Feb 23, 2011
Dustin Stephens
  5.10b PG13
Dustin Stephens  
  5.10b PG13
Amazing route. Don't miss the pro before the crux... or after it! Jan 16, 2012
Jon Clark
Philadelphia, PA
 
Jon Clark   Philadelphia, PA
 
I found pulling the roof to be trivial and thought the face climbing for a body length or two above it was the crux. Nov 25, 2014
Jill H.
Spartanburg, SC
Jill H.   Spartanburg, SC
I led this today (hardest trad lead to date) after toproping it first and it has plenty of gear if you have the right pieces. I used 3 blue aliens, 2 black, 1 bd red microcam, 1 green alien, 1-2 yellow aliens, a brassie, another small nut and then bigger pieces (up to a #2) higher up. So you can see that it’s possible to sew it up :) Mar 24, 2018