Type: Sport, 85 ft
FA: Tim Standing, Sheryl Bennett
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Shared By: Polish Hammer on Apr 21, 2009
Admins: Aron Quiter, Euan Cameron, AWinters, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Description

Follow the arete, then move left to the anchors.

Location

On the arete/face to the right of the tallest face on the Tall Wall. Lower Off.

Protection

11 bolts

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You might want to mention that the route moves hard left at the top, to the mussy anchors at the top of Tall T.

Cheers,

Brutus Apr 21, 2009
liveit P
Mammoth Lakes, Ca
 
liveit P   Mammoth Lakes, Ca
 
Fun moves, route does cut hard left at the end. Got my rope stuck in a crack, had to climb up quite a bit to retrieve. Aug 15, 2009
RussellG
  5.7
RussellG  
  5.7
Careful getting your draws back on the way down as you have to swing over or tram to get them. Fun route but the flakes feel holllowwwww. Aug 7, 2012
kenr
  5.7
kenr  
  5.7
Fun route. Some people get confused about what to do high on the arete, so for them it's less fun.
Perhaps easier (and more fun?) if do not always climb close to the bolt line. Nov 28, 2014
Bailey Smith
Sacramento, CA
  5.7
Bailey Smith   Sacramento, CA
  5.7
Many ways to go, liked the arete route over to the right but a little reachy to the bolts - but was super fun. Some tenuous flakes and an awkward traverse. A little tricky to clean. Sep 7, 2016
hikingdrew
Los Angeles, CA
 
hikingdrew   Los Angeles, CA
 
Real pendulum potential into the crack on the left when cleaning top down, we trammed it. Or you can send a follower on TR to clean bottom up.. Nov 22, 2016
Chris C
San Francisco, CA
 
Chris C   San Francisco, CA
 
choss. most of the flakes are hollow and a lot of new climbers are pulling hard on them. Apr 30, 2018
M Alexander
SLO, CA
 
M Alexander   SLO, CA
 
A fun route that differs from the usual flake-pulling up most 5.6-5.8s in Alabama Hills. The chossy gulley to the right of the route detracts, but the airy traverse at the end more than makes up for it. 3 days ago