Type: Trad, 50 ft
FA: Tony Milici and John Mireles, 1988.
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Shared By: Bob Gaines on Feb 28, 2009
Admins: C Miller, Greg Opland, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin ., Vicki Schwantes

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Description

Located on the far left side of the Negropolis formation. Start at a chimney, moving on to the face at a thin flake, then 3 bolts on a slab to the top.

Location

Best descent is probably to downclimb to the top of the Tap Dancing pillar, and rap from the bolts (with chains).

Protection

Thin to 3 inches.

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susan peplow
Joshua Tree
  5.8
susan peplow   Joshua Tree
  5.8
Cool route, pulling on the flake low gives a moments pause but as you ascend it's super cool & thin... thin like those flakes you see on much harder routes. The flake can protect with a small stopper or 3/4" cam (a bit higher) before getting to the 1st bolt. Bolt line is and super aesthetic to watch people climb. Partner as recommended scrambled down the chalk-stones to the neighboring anchor to descend. Oct 27, 2013
Tony Milici
Los Angeles
  5.8
Tony Milici   Los Angeles
  5.8
I think I did the first ascent of this in 1988 with John Mireles. My first and last FA. Dec 30, 2017
Bob Gaines
  5.8
Bob Gaines  
  5.8
Hey Tony, did you name it Slap Prancing? I always thought that was a typo in the Vogel guidebook and should have been Slab Prancing?? Dec 30, 2017
Tony Milici
Los Angeles
  5.8
Tony Milici   Los Angeles
  5.8
I don't remember naming it. We didn't report these ascents to anyone, I think John did the FA of Rap Dancing that same day. Jan 1, 2018