Type: Sport, 45 ft
FA: David Rubine, Pat Kent 4/89
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Shared By: Ian Walters on Dec 31, 2008
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Description

This is the blank-looking face in between the two cracks, "The Gag" and "Mr. Hugh G. Rection". The crux is a very long reach to a bad edge going to the second bolt. The climbing is sustained, and stiff for the grade, but the rock quality is great and the moves are pretty fun.

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Sean P. Sullivan
Clovis, Ca
Sean P. Sullivan   Clovis, Ca
Super fun! Technical, sustained, on great rock! Crux comes around 2nd bolt with some razor edges and technical moves before you would be able to clip bolt 2. (we assume, we only TR-ed it) Hop on the cracks next to it to climb back out if you're too pumped! Mar 1, 2015
Maxwell Kincaid
Sedona, Arizona
 
Maxwell Kincaid   Sedona, Arizona
 
description "...Solid rock..."
Sean "...Great rock!..."
I love how no one remembers the wobbly side pull near the top. Aug 20, 2015
Max Rausch
Portland, OR
  5.11b
Max Rausch   Portland, OR
  5.11b
Ventured over this area for the first time today. Really cool route with some 'out of the norm' movements for Pinns. Thin edging and sharp crimpers are the name of the game. Definitely felt a little difficult for the grade. I'd give it 11b. The flake at the top is going to pull at some point, so proceed with caution.
Jan 31, 2016