Type: Sport, 80 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: saxfiend on Jun 25, 2008
Admins: saxfiend, Brad "Stonyman" Killough

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Basically a 5.9 with a 5.11 start; rumor is that holds have broken off that made the start more doable.

Starting at a low overhang, find a tenuous sidepull or two, mentally cross your fingers and throw for a real handhold about 5' beyond your reach. The climbing eases off considerably and continues up the face to the anchors.


Starts just left of Treehugger.


5-6 bolts, bolted anchors shared with Treehugger.


Kit Taylor
Atlanta, GA
Kit Taylor   Atlanta, GA
Start is definitely much more difficult than a 5.10, gave it a 5.11a. Easy going after the first bolt, a long stick clip may be in order. Oct 26, 2009
Jeremy Hand
Northern VA
Jeremy Hand   Northern VA
Definitely a nerve rattler until the 1st bolt is clipped. The climbing turns into a jug haul after the 2nd bolt. Aug 23, 2012
jamie cummins
jamie cummins  
v2 boulder problem to 5.6 climbing. 5.10 is a good grade for the route. Aug 22, 2014
Brutus Youn  
There are different ways to do the start, pulling on the chalked up left and right sidepulls makes for what I would consider a V3 boulder move. Starting on the right and doing a gaston pull left on the mini-arete is easier and probably makes it grade appropriate for 10a. Aside from this first move, the rest of the climb felt easier than Treehugger 5.7 next to it. Sep 11, 2017