Type: Sport, 80 ft (24 m)
FA: Bruno Haché and Ron Olsen, 5/13/07
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Shared By: Bruno Hache on May 13, 2007
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac, Tyler KC

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Great summer climb, in the shade from noonish. The crux is from the 3rd bolt to the 4th bolt. Very nice 30-foot sequence of reachy and fingery technical moves up a steep headwall await you, just up from the anchor atop the first pitch of Toe the Line. Once past the "not that easy" roof mantle, easier ground will bring you to a top-anchor shared with the second pitch of Toe the Line.

Rappel or lower 80' back to the start, and then rappel 95' to the ground.

The name of the route arose from the Generous Donation of a Tyrolean rope by Kevin Currigan and pioneer cleaning (and more to come) by Ron Olsen on this area of Tonnere Tower.


On the east side of Tonnere Tower, find Toe the Line (the obvious arête). From the top of the first pitch of Toe the Line, climb the headwall straight up from that belay. Route #2 in the ?beta photo?.


8 bolts to a 2-bolt anchor. Easier ground above the roof is purposely more run-out to keep it interesting.


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