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Type: Sport, 80 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: LeeAB Brinckerhoff on Oct 1, 2009
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A bouldery start past the first 4 bolts leads to a great rest steming in a scoop. Above there is a bit more difficult climbing but not as hard as below to gain the break where the rock changed to the big flakes. There are only one or two difficult moves near the begining of this second section and they really are not all that hard but it is quite steep.


This route starts near the center of the ledge and climbs past the right edge of two large depressions in the rock through the lower wall. The name is written on the rock at the base and the route angles up and left for its entire length, there is a variation called Gran Pablo that cuts off near the middle of the route to the right, no idea on the grade.


Bolts to a bolted anchor with some fixed draws.


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