Type: Trad, 50 ft
FA: McCallister, Horst
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Shared By: chris berry on Feb 10, 2011
Admins: Pnelson, Ladd, Shawn Heath, Vicki Schwantes, Jake Jones

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Description

easy romp up wide right facing corner/crack. crux at last bolt, small roof.

Protection

One bolt at the ledge at 3/4 height, and bolted anchors. The bulk of the route takes gear from .75 to 4".

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Dan Africk
Brooklyn, New York
  5.6
Dan Africk   Brooklyn, New York
  5.6
Nice interesting trad climb, it's short but has a good mix of cracks and corner climbing. It's very aptly named, with all the water dripping on your face, you really feel like you're fixing a leaky sink! Some of the moves looked a lot more committing than they actually were once I made them, there are plenty of feet and handholds the whole way up if you look around. Even with the wet rock, it's an easy climb.

It's a good route to setup top rope as a warmup, or for beginning climbers. Since it requires trad gear (only 1 bolt right before the anchor), you'll probably find it empty. I used a couple cams (.5 - #3), and a medium nut slotted in a horizontal crack. Apr 17, 2015
Ben Turcotte
Lynchburg, VA
Ben Turcotte   Lynchburg, VA
Some loose holds above the ledge before entering the crack. Check what you are grabbing before committing to a move. Apr 30, 2018