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Type: Sport, 50 ft
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Mount Charleston Wilderness Area Details

Description

The first crux comes off the deck pulling on some good edges and making a big reach over a small roof to jugs. The last crux is pulling the roof after the last bolt to gain the chains.

Location

This is now the 3rd route from the left. It is located just right of the steeper 11- route. It is characterized by red hangers. Needs some traffic as it has only two ascents as of 8/4/09.

Protection

6 bolts and chains

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Joe Wysznski
  5.10b
Joe Wysznski  
  5.10b
This route is really good, fun movement. I agree about the anchors being way right. I had a hard time clipping them, having to reach out way right of the final holds. Mar 13, 2013
Jon O'Brien
Nevada
  5.10a/b
Jon O'Brien   Nevada
  5.10a/b
the last bolt is at your feet when you clip the anchor from a suitcase handle, great lead w/ exciting, juggy 5.8 finish. i read the previous post before i'd onsighted it and was pointlessly nervous approaching the anchor... that being said, user beware: i'm 6'5'' Aug 27, 2010
Pete Bresciani
  5.10b
Pete Bresciani  
  5.10b
This climb is OK. Fun but dirty and still a little loose in places. Jul 17, 2010
John Wilder
Las Vegas, NV
  5.10c/d
John Wilder   Las Vegas, NV
  5.10c/d
okay route- the final bolt is way down and right of you as you finish up, which would result a fairly nasty fall if you blew the final moves through the roof- be solid @ 5.10 or higher. The anchor is quite a ways right of the final holds- short people may struggle clipping them.

worth TR'ing after climbing the .10 to the right, though. fun moves down low and an exciting (and inobvious) finish. Jun 27, 2010