Type: Sport, 45 ft
FA: Jack Marshall, Sam Owings
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Shared By: Art Morimitsu on Feb 23, 2007
Admins: C Miller, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin ., Vicki Schwantes

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Third route from the left in the corridor between the boulder and the main face.
Difficult tricky start, with good moves and the occasional jug. Easily as good as any route on the Raven Rock formation.


Third route from the left.


5 bolts, closed shut anchor


Definitely the best route on the wall, and also the first one bolted on the wall. Feb 23, 2007
susan peplow
Joshua Tree
susan peplow   Joshua Tree
Fun route with good footwork & committing start. I slid off the starting foot holds about 3 times and I had the hand holds! After the start, holds are very positive and interesting. Mar 3, 2007
Russ Walling
Russ Walling   www.FishProducts.com
Feel free to weave in and out of the bolt line on this one. All roads lead to Rome.... Good route, with a bouldery start. The opening moves will be easier if you are tall, and down right cake if you are 7ft plus..... Mar 4, 2007
Adam Kimmerly  
Thin, technical start to fun jugs on a vertical wall. Fairly sustained, fun climbing. Apr 19, 2010
Sean P. Sullivan
Clovis, Ca
Sean P. Sullivan   Clovis, Ca
As good as any 10b in the area. So fun. Jan 17, 2016
Clif Clap  
Wove a bit on this one. Pretty sustained for most of the climb. Some committing moves. Felt hard for the grade. Apr 2, 2016
Countzen Shin
Santa Monica, CA
Countzen Shin   Santa Monica, CA
For those that are.... about 5.10 or below, there's a rock which give you a boost of 6-8 inches off the start. The one or two moves is still hard (it felt like a v2-v3, depending on how you do it), but that puts it back into the 5.10b range for the route. May 2, 2016
Costa Mesa, CA
Howard   Costa Mesa, CA
Stiff technical start like a footwork intensive boulder problem ending with a committing bump to a positive hold. Nov 13, 2017
Yeah, I'd say the start is 10b if you're seven feet tall. I'm 6'4" and could barely make a hold that would keep it in the 10 range--but a serious stretcher even then. I'd say SOLID 11 move or two for shorter climbers. Get the rock or a boost to keep the grade reasonable. Dec 12, 2017