Type: Trad, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: Rob Robinson, Bruce Rogers, and Marvin Webb, 1985
Page Views: 6,901 total · 36/month
Shared By: andjoely on Jan 18, 2008 · Updates
Admins: Stonyman Killough, Luke Cornejo, saxfiend

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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. 


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