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5.8 R, Trad, 40 ft,  Avg: 2 from 11 votes
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California > Sierra Eastside > Mammoth Lakes Area > Horseshoe Lake… > Horseshoe Slabs


Face climbing up a slab immediately left of a polished, white intrusion. At about 30', you'll encounter the lone (and sketchy) bolt.


Far right side of Horshoe Slabs. Approach the top via a Class-2 ramp on the right. For the specific location, click here


1 bolt, a few fiddly pieces in the tiny to 1-inch range. Tree anchor.

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rex parker
las vegas n.v
  5.8 PG13
[Hide Comment] if you follow the line of the climb and at the top about 3 feet to the left thier is a huge vertical crack to build a top rope anchor that works great using a # 1 and #2 camelot. u can also go around the right and walk up the talus slope to get up their and build an anchor first. Aug 6, 2011