Type: Trad, 110 ft (33 m)
FA: Bruce Kumph and Joe Cote 1975
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Shared By: Jamescolinwalsh17 on Jun 22, 2010
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, Lee Hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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A delicate slab climb that requires careful footwork. Start by carefully moving up to the first bolt (25 - 30 feet off the ground and about 12 ft left of the lower Numb Nuts bolt). Delicate smearing leads past this to easier ground. Continue straight up to the tree anchor on Weak Nuts. Rappel with two ropes.


Rhumb Line is about 25-30 ft left of the obvious crack (Weak Nuts, 5.6) and a few feet left of the bolt(s) of Numb Nuts (5.8), on the "Main Slab" of Lost Ledge, past a tree filled gully that divides the cliff into two parts. Look for a somewhat lonely looking bolt about 25-30 feet off the ground, i.e. at just about the same level as the first bolt of Numb Nuts, and about 10 ft to the left.

[There's a 4-5" partial 'hole' a few feet above the "leaf line" near the start of this climb. R.Hall Admin.]


2 bolts, tree anchor of Weak Nuts

Once Weak Nuts is led, this climb can be TR'd from the anchor; although 2 ropes are required.