Type: Trad, 60 ft
FA: John Bercaw, 1989
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Shared By: Cunning Linguist on Aug 10, 2007
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Shawn Heath, Jake Jones

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Say goodbye to your knuckle-skin! The hardman tick of the state. You gotta drive to NC to find better crack than this! May or may not have anchors added up top; I heard they were installed by a Cville guy a while ago. Tape helps.


Just downhill from Bushwhack.


Lots of small cams.


Dominic Albanese
Baltimore, MD
Dominic Albanese   Baltimore, MD
As of late august 07 there was a nice two bolt anchor just to the left on the slab above the top-out. Nice clean aid line. Oct 31, 2007
how many ascents has this thing seen. I put that anchor up and worked it a little but found it very hard. Substantially harder than Super Sunset, though maybe a little safer. Mar 25, 2008
Wasatch Back, UT
drewford   Wasatch Back, UT
I made a free ascent in about '97 on a visit home to C'ville. Nice work JB. Tasty, but sharp. Bring lots of tape--of course that is Old Rag in general. Apr 9, 2008
Awesome climb - atypical for the area. As I recall, it is fairly straightforward for the grade through the roof, followed by a brief section of desperate off-fingers to get established above the roof. Great pro. Great rock. The line was discovered by Greg Collins but the first ascent went to John Bercaw, second to Greg, third to me. Jul 26, 2018