The Low Easy One
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|Type:||Sport, 55 ft|
|FA:||Roxanna Brock - 1995|
|Page Views:||390 total · 4/month|
|Shared By:||yevquest on Sep 20, 2010|
|Admins:||saxfiend, Jason Halladay, Shirtless Mike|
Private Property Details
In 2011, the Ventura Family (owner of Miguel’s Pizza) purchased the land above the cliff line, and the RRGCC’s 2017 purchase of the land beneath the cliff line and the surrounding areas ensures that the Motherlode, Chocolate Factory, and southeastern end of Sore Heel are climber-owned.
DescriptionFrom the approach trail to the Undertow, start walking to the right, marveling at the multitude of fixed draws. Keep heading that way and the draws abruptly end. Just after they end, notice the cool line of faintly chalked pinches heading upward, begging for some fondling. If you happened to bring draws to the 'Lode and it looks dry, hop on, it's good.
A slightly unattractive start leads to the route proper on great stone. Pinch and pocket your way through what looks like the hard part to a very good shake. From here climb edges, sidepulls, and Undertow special pockets with thumbs to a good jug right below the anchors. Now lever off a usually wet hueco and hang a draw, hoping your hand doesn't blow from the wetness and wondering why the chains aren't a foot lower.
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