Type: Sport, 60 ft
FA: Mathias Holladay
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Shared By: CameraisHeavy on Nov 20, 2010 with updates from DynoTee
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick

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This one is a nice looking line and looks deceptively easy. Many have backed down due to the high first bolt. A combination of friction footwork and balancey side pulls makes this a great route and a hard 9. A cam can be placed low on the route if desired for a more tolerable first clip.


On the Left side of the wall. Just to the right of Spawning Effort. It's the only climb on the wall that looks like a slab route.


Sport. One medium cam down low if desired. It's also possible to pre-clip the first bolt.


smassey   CO
Great route! Fun thin face climbing. Takes a great yellow Metolius before the first bolt. 3 bolts, chain anchor. This is the 4th route from left. The first bolt on this route is shared with Our Typhoon Rhythm, Grog Supply, and Magic Cutlass. Jul 19, 2009
smassey   CO
This is an old-school bolted route. The cam in question is a yellow Alien/Metolius. May 8, 2011
Bellingham, WA
DynoTee   Bellingham, WA
You can either add a cam in or preclip the first bolt This route is quite fun Feb 10, 2015
Washington State
KyGB   Washington State
Fun climb!
The direct boulder start is fun, and provides a good position for the belayer. Less rope drag and zig zag. My preferred way to do this climb.

Many of the bolts in this area could use an update.

THIS CLIMB REALLY NEEDS A NEW ANCHOR SOON... Still works, but its getting pretty rusty... Mar 1, 2016
Kemper Brightman
Kemper Brightman   Tucson
The real challenge of this route is keeping your mind intact once you realize you'd deck if you blew any of the clips. If only one change is made, moving the 2nd bolt so it's clipable from the obvious stance to the right, instead of forcing you to traverse and clip at your shin, would make a big difference.

Instead of replacing the anchor, it appears someone just added another bolt and chain to the right of the existing anchor. So yoy can rest assured there is at least one bomber bolt included in the three point anchor at the top... Jul 24, 2016
Kyle Bodamer
Bellingham WA
Kyle Bodamer   Bellingham WA
Some of the bolts are loose and spinning on the climb. Defiently old school bolting too Oct 7, 2018