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Type: Sport, 85 ft
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Shared By: Adam Peters on Jun 1, 2007
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Description

Great route with classic crimping through the face and finish on the overhang.

Protection

11 bolts

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D Graham
Dallas
 
D Graham   Dallas
 
Pretty cool route! The bottom (vertical) portion of this route is filled with micro crimps and small feet. It's fairly sustained and probably clocks in at a hard 5.10 or easy 11. Once you get to the enormous ledge, have lunch, maybe tan for an hour or 2 (don't forget sunblock) and head up the blocky overhang.

consider setting up a top rope and having your buddy climb up to clean your quickdraws to avoid the strenuous clean (if I remember correctly). Aug 17, 2015
Brent Butcher
  5.11b
Brent Butcher  
  5.11b
Do this route when your finger tips are fresh. Oct 10, 2011
One of my favorite routes at HCR. A crimpy, vertical face leads to a ledge and sustained, juggy headwall to finish, with the redpoint crux (for me) being the last move to the anchors. Very cool! Oct 20, 2008

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