Type: Sport, 80 ft
FA: Doug Reed
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Shared By: Chad Umbel on May 31, 2007
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Description

Dial 911 is one of the most sought-after 5.13's at the NRG, and deservedly so. This route is an absolute classic up some of the nicest sandstone I've ever seen. Start climbing up the easy slab for 25 feet to gain the start of the long series of crux moves up the perfect orange and black streaked face, culminating with a precision redpoint crux "cobra stab" into a letterbox.

A few more more 5.12a moves over a roof will get you to easy terrain and anchors.

Location

Approach Dial from the Honeymooners' ladder heading upstream. Head straight around some big blocks to the base of the route. The climb to its right is The Racist, and the arete to the left is Mississippi Burning.

Protection

8 bolts. Bolted anchor.

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