Type: Trad, 50 ft
FA: Mike Evans (unknown)
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Shared By: russellHOBART on Mar 20, 2008
Admins: Kris Gorny, chris tregge

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Description

Delicate, sparse face moves that lead to lieback then roof pull.

p.s. certainly this line has been done 100's of times before but it's in none of the books and way too much fun to leave undocumented. If someone has the real name/FA let me know and I will change it

Location

just right of Rosebush is a smooth face with some great movements

Protection

small gear

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Jim H
Pasadena, CA
 
Jim H   Pasadena, CA
 
Thanks for posting this route, i climbed it and it is a great route, pity it is not in the guide books. Oct 20, 2008
Chad Miller
Grand Junction, CO
Chad Miller   Grand Junction, CO
This a very fun route! I'd say if you stay in the middle of the face the route is a 5.10 to 5.10b.

Going up the face and then cutting left to the overhung dihedral is in the 5.9 range.

May 17, 2009
Alex Oenes
mpls, mn
5.10a/b
Alex Oenes   mpls, mn
5.10a/b
Definitely agree with chad - If you stay away from the dihedral and up the middle of the face - it's in the 5.10 range. (For me and my shuffling feet anyway. heh) Jul 27, 2009
Teddy
MN
Teddy   MN
does this route get led often? should get a rating for how dangerous it would be on lead? pg-13 maybe R? Apr 26, 2010
Chad Miller
Grand Junction, CO
Chad Miller   Grand Junction, CO
For leading this route I'd say it's in the R / X range. May 14, 2010