Type: TR, 60 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Owen Carver on Nov 22, 2009
Admins: Larry DeAngelo, Justin Johnsen

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Access Issue: Red Rock RAIN AND WET ROCK: The sandstone is fragile and is very easily damaged when wet. Details

Description

Route starts with some moves around the bottom corner of an overhang and works onto a slab face with huge rests, crux involves moving off a large rest ledge and past a smooth featureless face. Finishes by moving onto a crumbly hold-less slab at the top.

Location

Start at lower right corner of the obvious roof.

Protection

TR only, two bolts with no chains at the top.

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The route type says Sport, the description says TR only. Which is it? Jan 10, 2010
Owen Carver
  5.8-
Owen Carver  
  5.8-
The entire lower tier of Hamlet are Top Rope only. The upper tier has better (sport) climbs, but setting up the TR's here is so fast it's worth the minimal set up time. Feb 1, 2010
P Chuck  
The right-most of the 3 TR anchors is probably the best for this route, but I climbed it on the center anchor with no trouble. Mar 4, 2018
Nicholas Rojes
Carson, CA
Nicholas Rojes   Carson, CA
Easy to walk up to anchors and set up some top ropes fairly quickly. We climbed one and then the last person moved the anchor over one to the right till we did all three. Nov 4, 2018