Type: Sport, 65 ft (20 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Monomaniac on Dec 9, 2009
Admins: Jason Halladay, David Riley

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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.


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.


~7 Bolts to 2 BA.