Type: Sport, 70 ft
FA: Tim Anderson
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Shared By: Tim Anderson on Oct 9, 2009
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Climb start just right of the water streaks through several overhangs passing "the block that should not be" on your left. Continue up the face to the final overhangs. Finishes at the chains at the lip.


4th bolted line from left


7 bolts, lower from chain/biner at lip.


Tim Anderson
Acme, PA
Tim Anderson   Acme, PA
The "block that should not be" is now that block that isn't! Fell on Nov 22nd. No injuries. Grade is now bumped up a bit. Nov 24, 2009
Josh Der  
We added a second carabiner at the lip to lower off. Sep 20, 2010
Super fun, burly crux pulling over the first roof's lip. Not much easier than the neighboring 11's and 12's, and better rock quality throughout. I hear that wasn't always the case, though... it might be a good idea to make sure the area below is clear of folks, dogs, etc. Apr 7, 2013
Andre Dickson
Pittsburgh, PA
Andre Dickson   Pittsburgh, PA
This is one of the more difficult lines known for an intense roof. If there's a lot of snow-melt or rain, water comes through the lower portion of the climb. Apr 8, 2013
Brad Leneis
Brad Leneis  
The description above is actually of the second line right of Firefly/Good Day to Die. But the grades seem accurate as currently listed -- pulling the body-length roof on this felt quite a bit harder than any of the moves on the line to its left. Might feel a little easier for a gunks regular, though. Nov 16, 2015