Type: Trad, TR, 110 ft
FA: June 1987, Jim Vermeulen, Bill Morris
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Shared By: Kevin Heckeler on Aug 30, 2010
Admins: Jim Lawyer

You & This Route


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Description

Start at left leaning crack. Work up the crack about 20 feet to a good stance, then straight up to a bulge with 2 cracks running through it. Use the left crack to pull over the bulge (crux), then climb straight up to the anchors (above a large ledge a few feet from the top).

Location

150 feet to the left of the third class ramp, about halfway up the eroded dirt slope. Easiest to follow the main path past the eroded slope, then take second path (right) up the the start of this route. The path below Soweto and Hard Times is in much better condition.

Protection

Bolts at top for anchor. Can walkoff, eventually exiting using the third class ramp.

Can be top roped

Access to the bolts on top is easy. If you top rope, please build an anchor with webbing - do not top rope through the bolted anchor!

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