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Type: Sport, 105 ft
FA: Andy Murtomaki
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Shared By: Bill Olszewski on Mar 5, 2009
Admins: Marc Kajut, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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This is the leftmost bolt line on Sundagger Wall. Start at the right side of the moss and follow the slab to a right-slanting crack. Climb up and left over the crack and continue up the slab. High on the route there is a vertical crack on the right. Either use the crack or stay to the left. The crack offers opportunity for protection above the last bolt but the climbing is low angle and very easy at this point. The anchor is just above a horizontal where the face steepens, to the left of the aforementioned crack. Be aware that this climb is longer than half a 60m rope, even with standard rope stretch! Tie a knot in the end before lowering; for top-roping and lowering the belayer should be to the climberÂ’s right to shorten the overall distance.


Far left side of Sundagger


6 bolts. Bolted rap anchor


Andy Nager
San Diego, California
Andy Nager   San Diego, California
Another brutal friction route on Sundagger wall. Incline helps though. May 25, 2015