Type: Trad, 70 ft
FA: Marvin Webb and and Ronnie Shehee 81'
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Shared By: Joey Wolfe on Sep 25, 2007
Admins: saxfiend, Brad "Stonyman" Killough

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Climb the crux right off the ground via a good hand crack for 10' or so. Gain a large ledge and move left to climb 5.7 terrain to a right facing corner with good holds to the left of the pro. Some 5.8ish moves lead off the arete of the corner and over a small roof. Bring a double length sling to hitch a big horn and finish it off.


15 feet left of slip stream, obvious hand crack. Look up and a little left to spot the hanging right facing corner and a big blunt horn that marks the end. Connect the dots


Rack up to #2


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Joey Wolfe
Joey Wolfe  
You can walk further around left and up the hill to gain the ledge and skip the .10b/c hand crack. The climb clocks in at .8 if done this way and then you can top rope the beginning. Sep 25, 2007
Josiah Dover
Chattanooga, TN
Josiah Dover   Chattanooga, TN
Fun route. The 10 ft of 5.10 hand crack at the bottom is a pretty rough start, but protects well. Then you have the majority of the climb which is 5.6-5.7, before a final roof that's 5.8-5.9
Bolted anchors at the top Apr 1, 2019