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Mean Cuisine

5.10b, Trad, 90 ft,  Avg: 2.7 from 7 votes
FA: RR, Peter Henley, 2/85
Tennessee > The Tennessee Wall > T-Wall East


If your head is a bit inflated because you just led Super Slide, hop on this little number for a reality check.

Follow the thin vertical seam to the pine tree, and continue up a ways on harder ground. Eventually you want to head for a round, beach-ball-sized scoop on the left. Past this, finish up the arete.


30' or so left of the popular Digital Macabre fingercrack. Look for a little pine tree about 25 feet up on a blank slab right of a blanker arete (Defcon 5).


I remember being real glad I had a red alien on me at one point. You pretty much want to be solid at the grade for this one.

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Jeff Mekolites
[Hide Comment] Great route, a bit lichen-y...and yes it moves up and to the left of gear. This route eats up stoppers. Jan 25, 2009
Wei-Ming Lam
Phoenix, AZ
[Hide Comment] Fun route, but yes be solid at 5.10 before leading it. Some holds on the face look real friable, so be careful what you pull/step on. Jan 14, 2014