Type: Sport, 65 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Monomaniac on Dec 9, 2009
Admins: Jason Halladay

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Description

Trigonemetria is a great moderate that climbs much better than it looks. The rock here, like most of the routes at Melafots, is nothing special, but its perfectly solid & not the least bit sharp, climbing generally on big flat edges.

Begin up a shallow groove, then easily up to the obvious finger crack in the back of the clean block ~20 feet up. Lieback up the crack, then move right to a dark gray bulge. Harder moves lead over the bulge, to an easier slab above. Cruise up to the ominous roof, and do a contrived off-balance lieback to a hidden jug in order to reach the oddly located anchor.

Location

Most of the routes in the central section of Melafots are difficult to located thanks to the abundance of rock & unremarkable appearanc. Trigonementria begins left of a high dark gray ledge, up a groove, leading to a 4'-high, clean dihedral with a finger crack at the back, ~20 feet up the climb. The anchor is also a lot higher than adjacent routes.

Protection

~7 Bolts to 2 BA.

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