Type: Trad, 80 ft
FA: B Wolfe, S Raviv (2010)
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Shared By: sammy raviv on Dec 19, 2010
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Rightmost route of the three mixed routes left side of Wolf Wall. Starts 10 feet left of the unnamed 5.9+ that has the thugy start.

Route starts with a left leaning crack system ending in a gaston to the right. Easy ground gives way to a short technical face with bolts. Above this work the right side of the upper headwall trending left at the bolts then straight up to the anchors. Nice line!!


Cams to medium, quickdraws.


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bernard wolfe
birmingham, al
bernard wolfe   birmingham, al
This is one of a quartet of climbs found on this particular section of the cliff. The discontinuous nature of the cliff detracts from the route's quality nonetheless, there is some nice movement and features, particularly on the upper section, that make it a worthy route. Due to the nature of the stone near the top of the cliff, anchors were placed to lower from. Always inspect the condition of fixed anchors before trusting your life to them. Jan 1, 2011