Type: Sport, 70 ft
FA: Gary Beil, 1993
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Shared By: Jeremy Steck on Aug 16, 2009
Admins: Pnelson, Ladd, Shawn Heath, Vicki Schwantes, Jake Jones

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Start by climbing up and left toward the line of bolts. Continue up the wall as it begins to get steeper. The 4th bolt is a bit difficult to clip. From the 4th bolt, traverse a bit left, climb up and then head back right to reach the 5th bolt (crux). From here continue straight up to a nice mantle move to gain the 6th bolt. From here traverse a bit right and then straight up to the roof and traverse back left to the shuts. This route can be made significantly more difficult by heading straight up to the shuts after the 6th bolt.


Just around the corner to the right of Bicycle Club and just to the left of Springer.


6 bolts, shuts.


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Jacob Sustrich
Jacob Sustrich  
Book has it at 10d, but I'd say even 10b is a bit high. Pretty easy climbing with a few interesting moves mixed in. I did a lot of hand foot matches, probably unneccessary but it was fun, so...

Watch out for the spider webs up top! Aug 10, 2015
Eugenel Espiritu
Eugenel Espiritu   PA
10d if you do the two V2/3 boulder moves at the base on a direct start. After that, 10a with a 10b finish move. Bouldery start can be omitted if you start on Springer and then move left to first bolt, then nothing is harder than a 10b. Direct finish looks 10d hard. May 13, 2018