Type: Trad, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: Rob Robinson, Bruce Rogers, and Marvin Webb, 1985
Page Views: 6,212 total · 37/month
Shared By: andjoely on Jan 18, 2008 · Updates
Admins: saxfiend, Brad "Stonyman" Killough

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Description

You've heard about the great face climbs, splitters and roofs that T-wall has to offer. Why not get all three in one superb, well-protected route?

Begin with steep, easy face moves, protected by gear in the horizontals. Rest up before the roof then blast through the well-protected crux sequence. A variety of sequences and opportunities for pro are available for the choosing. After the tenuous series of movements through the crux, ascend the hand/finger crack. Avoid the temptation to clip a bolt on the adjacent route, as the crack peters out into a face climbing crux (somewhere in the neighborhood of 5.10). Opportunities for good pro are available, yet spaced enough to make the run to the chains exciting. 

Protection

Slings. Nuts. Cams .3-#4. Heavy .4-#1 camalot.

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