Type: Sport, 82 ft
FA: Keith Reid - 92
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Shared By: Chris H on Aug 9, 2007
Admins: Kate Lynn

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This route is awsome. Being tall help a little bit with clipping the draws from a comfortable stance. One of the better routes on the wall


this route climbs directly above the toe of the slab on edges and hug pockets


8 draws. there are sport anchors at the chains


Mark Roberts
Vancouver, BC
Mark Roberts   Vancouver, BC
It's a great climb, little run out at the top but the falls are safe. Keeps you guessing the whole way up. Nice and sustained without being overly pumpy. Oct 13, 2009
John Wilder
Las Vegas, NV
John Wilder   Las Vegas, NV
another awkward, weird rock climb on this wall. i guess if you like slopey, insecure, cryptic climbing it could be fun....

that said, i would recommend stick clipping the first bolt from the ramp- the first move is a bit dicey. Jul 30, 2013
Clint Landrock
Clint Landrock  
One of my all time favorite sport climbs. The climbing is amazing, varied and full value - the run out at the top is over easy ground (5.6), but makes for an exhilarating finish. There are 2 distinct 10c cruxes, and if you get off route you might find it awkward (i.e. slopers and crimps), but if you get it right (huge pockets and side pulls) it is awesome and unlike anything else in the area. Beta: climb through the small roofs, not around them! There is no need to stick clip the first bolt, just climb the easy 4th class ramp and clip from there. Jun 17, 2014