Type: Trad, 80 ft
FA: Jared Hancock - 2004
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Shared By: e Dixon on Nov 19, 2007
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Description

Climb up a short broken chimney to a ledge. From the ledge climb the right-facing dihedral using jams, stems, and liebacks to a bolted anchor.

Location

This is the farthest route to the left at The Stadium. You can't miss this dihedral.

Protection

(2) sets of Camalots to #1, (1) set nuts

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Jimmy Downhillinthesnow
Bozeman, Montana
 
Jimmy Downhillinthesnow   Bozeman, Montana
 
Maybe I was being a big baby (second trad climb of the season) but this felt more like mid-5.10 to me. If you have big meat-hooks, bring at least 2 and maybe 3 .75 Camalots. Gear is great, I took a solid whip from the upper lieback.. Excellent route! Apr 4, 2016
highneed
  5.10a/b
highneed  
  5.10a/b
The climbing is immaculate and the bottom of the dihedral is harder then it looks. If it had it own anchor instead of sharing with Kentucky Waterfall, which make the last move weird this would be my favorite 1 pitch 5.10 anywhere. Sep 7, 2016
Trevor Bloom
Sausalito CA
Trevor Bloom   Sausalito CA
Pretty damn stiff for mid-10! Mar 9, 2018
Wesley
Morgantown WV
  5.10b/c
Wesley   Morgantown WV
  5.10b/c
Slightly harder than Rock Wars because the feet are pretty smooth through the top section. Fun and exciting climb, gear options are unending.

This climb taught me how hard it is to place gear from a layback. Nov 26, 2018