Type: Trad, 100 ft
FA: Rob Robinson, Tim Cumbo - 1985
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Shared By: saxfiend on Dec 28, 2006
Admins: saxfiend, Brad "Stonyman" Killough

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A fun crack climb that leads to face climbing and a bulgy crux toward the top.

Start in a good crack and follow a left-facing corner. Continue up the face to a bulge; work left and up to the top.


Starts about 10' right of Don't Tell a Soul.


Standard rack, no large gear needed; bolted anchors (quicklinks).


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Jeff Mekolites
Jeff Mekolites   ATL GA
Bolts with quick links at the top.

Also...I think you go right and over the right edge of the bugle/flake??? Mar 4, 2007
Decatur, GA
saxfiend   Decatur, GA  
Jeff Mekolites wrote:Also...I think you go right and over the right edge of the bugle/flake???
When I toproped it long ago, I started up the right side and Jerry was calling up beta that I should have gone left; by then I was committed and went ahead and pulled the move. So I guess right or left is your choice!

Thanks for the anchor info, I'll update the route. Mar 4, 2007
Joey Wolfe
  5.9 PG13
Joey Wolfe  
  5.9 PG13
This one is a touch run out in places.

And don't get suckered right at the second small roof, pull right over the flake/edge of the small roof. I went too far right like a bonehead and it is a bad scene. Mar 23, 2009
Pocatello, ID
Thierry   Pocatello, ID
Fun moves. Good route but I would definitely call it run-out in several places. The first roof is an interesting problem to solve, but protects well underneath. The second roof/edge to the right is just burly but ok. I found the placements especially above the first roof to be few and tricky. Take all your smallest wires (and pink, red tricam). Nov 13, 2011
J Hollada
Atlanta, GA
J Hollada   Atlanta, GA
Personal favorite at T-Wall and has the advantage of being overlooked by the tourists scampering to hang their hammocks beneath the trade routes. Dec 11, 2017