Type: Sport, 40 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Ryan Kelly on Jul 1, 2008
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An overhanging pocket route, much like the rest of Malibu. Mostly good pockets with a small crux sequence. The bolts are out left a bit, to keep you from hitting the large boulder below you.


Straight up the middle of the face.


Four bolts. The anchor is two open shuts, but the bolt is sticking out a bit to far to thread one of the shuts.
Eric DeHaven  
Dont watch if you dont want beta!
Fun enjoyable route in a great setting Apr 2, 2012
Eric DeHaven  
Was out there today and both top anchors are pulling out.
I would be very aware of this before climbing again.

If anyone knows who the FA is I would be happy to rebolt this if you have contact info? (was it Oliphant?) Jul 28, 2012
Eric DeHaven  
Well looks like some "nice" person has chipped/enlarged two of the holds in the crux section to make it easier. Can't believe anyone would do this on a climb at this level. Probably 10c now if that. Sep 4, 2013
Michael Bartosek
Los Angeles
Michael Bartosek   Los Angeles
I haven't climbed the route for a long time and I took a spin this past weekend, it felt a bit easier, and it would be a bummer if someone chipped a hold. I didn't notice.... Feb 11, 2014
Disaster Franklin
Los Angeles, CA
Disaster Franklin   Los Angeles, CA
Finally managed to make it back out there today with my yosemite crowbar. Got permission from on high to bend open the left shut wide enough to throw the rope over it. Loose, spinning hangers and shuts are safe, dum dum. I think you are thinking of spinning BOLTS or NUTS, which are not safe.

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A malibu creek 11a/b I guess? Oct 10, 2015