Type: Trad, 80 ft
FA: Rob Robinson, Arno Ilgner, '85
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Shared By: 426 on Mar 5, 2007
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"Are you a contender?"

A little harder than it's neighbor to the left, Precious Orr.


Just right and downhill of Precious Orr, trailside.

Shares anchors with P.O., these routes are pretty popular and a hassle. The ring hangers don't have any way to clip in "high and low" so you need to watch out for crossed ropes.


Mostly fingers and hands will get you there. Contracting into the slot 2/3rds the way up gets you an "awkward but no hands" before "the bizness".

Yellow or reds (.75-1.0) protect the hardest moves with aplomb...


Rob Dillon  
Uh-oh, my fingers don't really work in here... Jun 4, 2007
david Adkins
david Adkins  
10 c would be a more accurate grade in my book. Jan 12, 2009
Nick Stayner
Wymont Kingdom
Nick Stayner   Wymont Kingdom
I'd probably agree, but it fits with a lot of the other 10as at the T-Wall. Jan 12, 2009
Red River Gorge
JohnWesely   Red River Gorge
5.10, lol. Jan 22, 2013
Found the route has it's own set of Fixe ring anchors now. The nut was loose on the left bolt and stainless flat or locking washers are needed on both bolts. Didn't have the gear to fix it myself, but it will require a 9/16" wrench. Nov 23, 2018 · Temporary Report