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Shared By: andy patterson on Oct 10, 2010
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You & This Route

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To a Grave is a thought-provoking and exceptionally fun mini-highball. In all reality, it wouldn't be so scary if it weren't for the uneven landing. Still, it has some fun and committing moves from jugs, to crimps, to sloping crimps, to a tricky top-out. A few well-placed pads makes for a great fall.

The sit-start, which begins in the underbelly "rib-cage" of the boulder, bumps the grade up to V6 or V7, depending on wingspan.


Starts on a good jug on the left side of the face.


Preferably a pad or two.


Tim King
Tim King  
I originally gave this 1 or 2 stars and 5- for the stand, but the sit from the rib cage bumps it to a 6(?) and makes it way more fun. Go do it! Dec 5, 2012
andy patterson
Carpinteria, CA
andy patterson   Carpinteria, CA  
Tim is right. The sit makes things much, much better. Dec 5, 2012