Type: Trad, 140 ft
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Access Issue: Red Rock RAIN AND WET ROCK: The sandstone is fragile and is very easily damaged when wet. Details

Description

This is a delightfully improbable route. Though it looks like it might be hard and unprotected, it turns out to be quite reasonable.

Just right of the start of Hundred-Foot Stick Clip, climb a steep, varnished flake. Continue up, staying just right of a blunt arete, until you reach the left end of a large roof. After a few moves, you can step left to the bolted belay/rappel station on Hundred-Foot Stick Clip.

Location

Climb up to the ledges at the start of Coronary Bypass to a short flake just to the right of the dark headwall.

Protection

small cams

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Ben Townsend  
 
Excellent pitch. Replaced the old webbing on the Hundred Foot Stick Clip anchor; a slightly diagonal one-rope rappel (climber's left) reaches easy downclimbing. Apr 11, 2014
Joanna Buffalini
Las Vegas, NV
Joanna Buffalini   Las Vegas, NV
The anchors are not very obvious. About 20 feet after you come out of the roof begin looking for good feet in the darker varnish to traverse climber's left. There are black slings on bolts tucked away on the lighter colored rock. There is a narrow ledge to the right of the anchors. If you get to this ledge the anchors are way to the left. I made this mistake but it is easy to down climb from here and I actually only saw the anchors after having to go slightly above them. Other than the anchor locating experience I had an amazing time on this route. It's an awesome climb. Feb 29, 2016
Idaho Bob
McCall, ID
  5.7
Idaho Bob   McCall, ID
  5.7
Added a sturdy quicklink to back up the two light aluminum rap rings on the anchor. Route is a little runout below the roof, but hands and feet are bomber. Apr 19, 2017