Type: Trad, 80 ft
FA: Tim McMillan, 1960s FFA: Rob Robinson, Steve Goins - 1978
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Shared By: saxfiend on Aug 23, 2008
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Description

A 5.9 in the book, with some tough 5.10+ moves, makes this a . . . well, you decide. Sustained and burly.

Climb one of two cracks to a sizeable overhang. Muscle through this and follow a crack a short way to a small cave (optional belay). From the cave, move left and climb past bulges to the top.

Location

Starts at a semi-detached flake around the corner left of One-Ten. Rap from the anchors.

Protection

Small to medium gear. Bolted anchors.

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really fun climb; 3 stars for sure; good gear and the cruxes arent as hard as they look; a must do Sep 1, 2008
David Draper
Chattanooga, TN
David Draper   Chattanooga, TN
Very steep for the grade, but overall a mellow route with stances below each hard section, could be harder if you dont find the 5.9 way through the crux. Sep 24, 2008
cshuey77 shuey
Asheviile,nc
 
cshuey77 shuey   Asheviile,nc
 
bring long slings! May 27, 2010
David Draper
Chattanooga, TN
David Draper   Chattanooga, TN
Definitely no 10 plus moves, and there are 2 ledges you can actually sleep on, so I definitely would not put this one in the burly category Jul 17, 2010
Mason M
Carrollton
Mason M   Carrollton
I just used shoulder length slings and did it in one pitch with out bad rope drag! It was great! Jun 7, 2015