Type: Sport, 40 ft
FA: Jean Hudson
Page Views: 1,113 total · 9/month
Shared By: LeeAB Brinckerhoff on Dec 3, 2008
Admins: Hank Caylor, Matt Richardson, LeeAB Brinckerhoff

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Description

Slightly intimidating step off the boulder. Some cool jigsaw looking features. Then up to some tuffas out right, a long move up to a jug sidepull. A traverse left to a horizontal and up to a hard to see anchor on the left side of a block.

Location

There is a boulder near the right end of the wall, this route starts off the left end of this boulder and climbs the interesting looking features straight up.

Protection

5 bolts and a Fixe sport anchor.

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Adam Leedy
Austin, TX
 
Adam Leedy   Austin, TX
 
Stick clipping the first bolt and starting from the ground is much more fun than starting from the boulder and isn't any more difficult.
A really great climb Jan 30, 2012
Dave E
 
Dave E  
 
It's an 11- or 11a from the ground. Would lean more toward 11a because of the polished holds and you usually start off with mud on your shoes because of the slow run-off from above. Feb 4, 2013
This is a wonderful climb. I highly recommend doing the low start off the ground, not the start from the boulder. Those extra 2-3 moves are nice and bouldery, and make this route even more awesome. Jun 18, 2015
Bo X.
Tucson, Az
 
Bo X.   Tucson, Az
 
Really good climb, but save enough forearm for the roof topout. This was the one climb I nearly died on years ago taking an upside down whipper going for the roof topout and pumping out. There is no downclimb after the roof! Dec 30, 2017