Type: Sport, 40 ft
FA: Tom Suhler, Bruce Becker
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Shared By: Joseph Stover on Feb 25, 2008
Admins: Hank Caylor, Matt Richardson, LeeAB Brinckerhoff

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The crux is getting from the 2nd to 3rd bolt. The "easiest" way to do it is probably to lunge, but it can be done static as well. I reccommend doing it both ways for the full effect! After the crux, it is easier, but you still gotta hang on. Some of the rock up top can be a bit dusty.


Left of the climb with the greasy crack(Ice Cubes, Popcorn, and Popsicles). There may be a newer route in between them.


4 bolts + chains


What does the climb rate if you continue out the roof? Nov 30, 2008
Jeff Kilpatrick
Jeff Kilpatrick  
From the anchors of Diving for Rocks to the anchor on the overhang is Lonesome Dove, 5.12. Dec 20, 2008
A hold that's used during the crux broke not long ago. It now gives slightly more purchase with the left hand, but doesn't change the nature of the move and the consensus is that the grade is unchanged.

Diving for Rocks is probably the most famous route on this wall. Sep 29, 2011
trevor becker
trevor becker  
GoPro HERO 2 HD footage, Diving for Rocks 5.10d:

youtube.com/watch?v=aDLTY8O… Jan 16, 2013
Nicholas L.
Chapel Hill, NC
Nicholas L.   Chapel Hill, NC
This is an awesome route. Really fun dynamic move at the crux. The whole ledge is pretty solid. I wasn't able to do it statically.

The anchors are pretty rusty. Sep 1, 2013
Ryan Levihn-Coon
Austin, Texas
Ryan Levihn-Coon   Austin, Texas
As of now, no new lead lines between the Slimy Crack and Diving. Feb 18, 2014
Mark Foster
San Marcos, Texas
  5.12a PG13
Mark Foster   San Marcos, Texas
  5.12a PG13
Here is a video of some pretty solid beta for the climb.
youtube.com/watch?v=G484uRK… May 14, 2014