Type: Trad
FA: Harrison Shull
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Shared By: Jesse Morehouse on May 27, 2008 · Updates
Admins: Andy Weinmann, Pat Goodman

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Atypical for Seneca, this all bolted route is still well worth climbing. It is aptly named as you will find if you climb it. Begin as for Soler and climb up into the first pitch wide section then traverse left to the first bolt. Id recommend not placing any gear before the bolt to avoid rope drag but this does get heady. Follow bolts to shuts.

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Quickdraws and gear that can be placed and should be placed throughout the climb. Bring a few mid to small sized cams and a set of stoppers.

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