Type: Sport, 50 ft
FA: Tim Powers, Mike Susko - 2004
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Shared By: e Dixon on Nov 19, 2007
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Start on a right-facing flake, then pull boulder problem through the roof, and up easier ground to the chains.


On the first wall encountered upon reaching the cliff. To the right of "Jungle Trundler" and "Hey There Fancy Pants".


6 bolts.


Interesting and thought provoking boulder problem through the roof...maybe a bit stiff for the grade. May 19, 2008
Andrew R.
Linden, VA
Andrew R.   Linden, VA
crux is working the roof Dec 1, 2009
George Heib
George Heib  
Thought the grade was spot on. The rests before and after the crux really lets you test the waters to figure out the little two move boulder problem. Really fun climb I enjoyed this one a bunch. Apr 13, 2011
Akron, Ohio
Zeke6   Akron, Ohio
I thought clipping the anchors was the crux and not the roof. But could have been from fatigue. Pulled right through the roof but had to back down at the end for rest then got it. Also the last route of the day. Very fun route. Oct 10, 2011
Steve K
Steve K  
The route is well bolted, and the roof move is a lot of fun. Feels right on the grade for the area. Oct 27, 2014
Jim Gooney
Jim Gooney   CO
If someone left their shoes check miguels Mar 16, 2015
Punter Brewster
Chattanooga, TN
Punter Brewster   Chattanooga, TN
Roof? Not much of a 'roof move' to speak of. It's about 12" deep where you pass through. A touch reachy and balancy going into the move but quickly ends at a nice flat jug. Unique climb for muir, and one worth getting on for sure. May 14, 2018
josh villeneuve
Enfield, CT
josh villeneuve   Enfield, CT
I thought it was the two moves after the roof Nov 10, 2018