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5.8, Trad, 90 ft,
Avg: 3 from 9 votes
FA: Bruce Rogers, Rob Robinson, 1985
Tennessee > Tennessee Wall > T-Wall East
Locate the left facing corner that starts from a ledge about 15 feet up. Climb the corner via lay backs and jams passing a couple of short overlaps. Trend right at the top to the anchors.
Just before the giant Celestial Mechanics roof.
Trad. Rap anchors.
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Tim in between the wide bits on Seal Test, Tennessee Wall.
Seal Test 5.8
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8+ Bring big gear I used a 4, 5 two 3s. Could be done without the 5. Ring anchors off to the right.
May 30, 2011
Here and there.
With the caveat that I've only been to T-Wall once: this route is fun because the style was really different than the area classics that I was on. It seemed kinda thuggy with the occasional off-width style move and requisite stems. I'd say "8+" is accurate, but the style was so different that it was harder for me than Cake Walk by a country mile. So, probably not for aspiring 8 leaders. Of course, I climb like a pregnant cow, so take that for what it's worth. I only needed 1 #4.
Jan 19, 2015