Type: Sport, 35 ft (11 m)
FA: Glenda Lanais
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Shared By: Monomaniac on Sep 12, 2009
Admins: Mike Snyder, Taylor Spiegelberg, Jake Dickerson

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Description Suggest change

This relatively neglected moderate is a fine choice for those seeking something a bit more intellectual and less cruxy. The holds on this line are not as large as similarly grade routes further East, but for those with good footwork & balance, this route will prove just as enjoyable. One of the few low-end tens with no distinct crux, this makes for a good warmup if you don't mind squeezing into your tight slippers first thing in the morning.

Begin a few feet up the gully, below a series of shallow left-facing dihedrals. Work these features up & right to the first bolt and an awesome sinker jug. Head back left, and follow generally large but slopey pockets up the clean slab.

Location Suggest change

The right-most bolted route on the Wild Horses Wall, beginning right of a narrow chimney, and immediately left of a large gulley that separates the Wild Horses Wall from the Hot Tamale Wall.

Protection Suggest change

Bolts, 2 Bolt Anchor.

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