Type: Sport, 65 ft
FA: Paul Sloan, Eddie Whittemore - 1992
Page Views: 1,064 total · 9/month
Shared By: Taylor Jones on Dec 14, 2008
Admins: saxfiend, Brad "Stonyman" Killough

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Description

Starting slightly overhung with large holds, moving to thinner, face climbing following a large flake on the left with an awkward mantle up high.

Location

Last bolted route on the left side of the Red Light District. Starts over hung, stays on the left side of the corner.

Protection

7 bolts, anchors up top.

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Austin Howell
Atlanta, Georgia
Austin Howell   Atlanta, Georgia
One of the coolest lines of the grade i've done, but BEWARE! at present many of the bolts are so thoroughly corroded that I did not trust them to hold.... the 3rd and 6th bolts were good though. Jul 7, 2014
Tim Bryant
Portland, OR
Tim Bryant   Portland, OR
Such an incredible route! Definitely needs to have some of the bolts replaced for safety. Anchors are bomber though. Jul 18, 2014
I agree with the other posters, this route is probably not a safe lead in its current condition. Several of the bolts are old SMC STAINLESS STEEL hangers on CARBON STEEL bolts. This is a great route and definitely worth the needed maintenance. Apr 2, 2015
Professor Snax
Atlanta
Professor Snax   Atlanta
Anyone privy to the status of the hardware? Looks like such a rad line. Oct 14, 2018 · Temporary Report