Type: Sport
FA: C. Hirsch, B. Busch, J. Williams
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Shared By: Brandonbus on Sep 30, 2008
Admins: Kris Gorny, chris tregge

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Starts on "Geriatric" and follows the weakest line right through "Annadonia" to "Looking For Lust." Surprisingly fun and long.

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Jonathan Williams
Minneapolis
  5.7+
Jonathan Williams   Minneapolis
  5.7+
weakest line = following the flake system up and to the right.... Sep 30, 2008
randy baum
Minneapolis, MN
 
randy baum   Minneapolis, MN
 
best line of my life. i wore my brand new 5.10 spires and eco chalk ball for the redpoint!!!! Nov 8, 2009
ferrells  
 
What's the story behind the name? Jul 11, 2010
Jonathan Williams
Minneapolis
  5.7+
Jonathan Williams   Minneapolis
  5.7+
New lines are to be had all over Red Wing, if anyone has the vision for THE FUTURE Jul 13, 2010
Ted Kryzer
Rochester, MN
  5.8
Ted Kryzer   Rochester, MN
  5.8
Awesome climb. Just be sure to bring some 24" runners to reduce rope drag. Much better alternative then the super slick start of looking for lust. Aug 23, 2012
Nick Smith
Saint Paul, MN
 
Nick Smith   Saint Paul, MN
 
not that great. the bottom section of looking for lust is awesome. it seems like a shame to skip it for this dirty traverse. Sep 21, 2013
A very fun route and interesting variation grabbing a few parts of several different routes. After seeing all the photos of people top roping this route after all the draws removed, if feel compelled to note

1. The fall with such a swing is at least as big as any of the lead falls possible on the route
2. Unless the anchor was extended so that rope is not hanging over rough edge, there's no favors being done to the rope if you fall.

So please either lead the route or follow someone did. Apr 12, 2015