Type: Trad, 95 ft
FA: Robinson/Cumbo 1986
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Shared By: Jeff Mekolites on Feb 13, 2011
Admins: saxfiend, Brad "Stonyman" Killough

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Pull a small roof and climb the pebbly face with a shallow crack to the left of Razor Worm. Pass a horizontal and continue up a right arching crack. About mid way up the crack start face climbing. You eventually end up below the left crack at the top of Razor Worm. Finish up to the anchors.


Just to the left of Razor Worm.


Mostly finger sized pieces and nuts.


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This was a full value route. I thought it was fun and spicy. Low angle crux allows careful consideration before delving into the final moves before it meets up with Razor Worm. Worth checking out if you've got a solid lead head.

Mostly small gear down low then red c4 when it meets with Razor. Jan 2, 2012
Greg Kuchyt
Richmond, VT
Greg Kuchyt   Richmond, VT
This is a great line that I think doesn't see as much traffic as its neighbors.

The line feels a little squeezed in with its neighbor Razor Worm at the beginning and at the crack in the bulge. The variation out left to the arete at 2/3 height makes the line more independent and is pretty straight-forward, though slightly run-out considering the terrain. I ended up doing this because I missed a key edge to get me to the crack in the bulge.

Agreed that if your head is good this is a great line. Watch out pulling your rope as the tower that forms the chimney on Razor Worm can snag your rope. Oct 30, 2014