Type: Sport, 80 ft
FA: Doug Reed 1989
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Shared By: Will Hinckley on May 3, 2009
Admins: Pnelson, Ladd Raine, Shawn Heath, Vicki Schwantes, Jake Jones

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Access Issue: NO DRONES ON NATIONAL PARKLANDS Details

Description

Fun face climbing to thin, bouldery crux around the fourth bolt.

Location

First bolted line to the left of Rod Serling Crack.

Protection

7 bolts to bolted anchor.

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Brad Leneis
  5.12c
Brad Leneis  
  5.12c
The upper crux is a bit cryptic (a left-hand hold may have broken? It looks like there is some old glue up there) but it's reasonably secure once you work out the moves. However, exiting left from the post-crux stance may be a real challenge if you are short. Nov 10, 2014
Pnelson

 
Pnelson    
 
There's been talk for years that some holds broke on this thing. I'm not sure of the details with that, but Grace Note is undeniably stout for the grade, even by old school NRG standards. Feels much more in the 12c/d range than other benchmark 12b's. Excellent climbing, though, and easy to drop a TR from Rod Serling Crack. Mar 18, 2019
Tyler Rohr
Washington DC
  5.12c/d
Tyler Rohr   Washington DC
  5.12c/d
Very cool. Very Hard. The second half of the crux (getting up and over to the arete below the little roof) involved a lot more pulling hard and whimpering than anywhere on say eye of Mordor. Maybe more manageable after rehearsal...but better beta escapes me. If there was ever a left hand up there, it woulda been a different story. *shrug*. Either way, highly recommend. 6 days ago