Type: Trad, 110 ft, 2 pitches
FA: Rob Robinson, Peter Henley - 1980
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Shared By: bbrock on Sep 26, 2007
Admins: saxfiend, Brad "Stonyman" Killough

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Beautiful right facing corner with a splitter layback crack. The feet are small and slippery, but the gear is always there. Under the roof traverse right to the anchors. Under the anchors are two excellent climbs (10d $ 11c). These climbs have very sparse gear and make excellent topropes.


Starts about 15' right of Pink Flamingos; shares the start with Ethiopia.


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changed email
changed email   Chattanooga,TN
the thank god hold consisting of that block at the "roof" is no more. possibly increasing the grade but in my & my partners opinion brings it up par with 10a. Nov 8, 2008
eli poss
Durango, Co
eli poss   Durango, Co
would be 4 stars but the second pitch could really use some cleaning with a wire brush and some ring anchors. amazing first pitch, though. if you have smaller hands like i do it will feel like a soft 5.9. i got bomber hand jams and ringlocks almost the whole way. Mar 21, 2015
Chad N
Central California
Chad N   Central California
^ Wow, 'soft 5.9' seems like a stretch. That's solid 10a for anybody, I would think. Anything to compare it to? And you probably had 'finger locks on a lieback' and not 'ringlocks'. Ringlocks are usually done on a straight in finger crack (vertical wall, not corner) where a ring shape is made with the the thumb and 1st finger, sometimes 2nd too. Mar 22, 2015