Type: Trad, 50 ft (15 m)
FA: Who knows...
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Shared By: Christian "crisco" Burrell on Oct 30, 2008
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, GRK, D C

You & This Route

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I actually am pretty sure that we are not the first guys to do this, but we asked around and nobody could tell us anyone who did it so...
This route is better than you think it is going to be. Tristan and I would stare at it every time we headed up to the limestone. Finally we decided to just do it.
Little hidden jugs appear on the way up to the steep finger crack. The crack itself is clean and takes great small cams. We were laughing at ourselves when we hit the big horn at the end of the steep part.

You can work your way over to the first bolted ledge of Lounge Lizards or be a man and continue right up George.

Stay out of the "George Direct" corner. Stemming a no no here. Don't do it on this climb! And don't clip any bolts on "George of the Jungle", you don't need em.

Why did we honestly call the route Martha? ...we have our reasons...

Will D.K. ever catch up to the new route pace? I dunno...that new guidebook may never get done! He he he...


Sandwiched between the big corner of George Direct and George of the Jungle is this neat overhanging finger crack.


Mostly Small to Medium cams and nuts. Once again the C3's prove their worth!