Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Mike Anderson on Feb 19, 2011
Admins: saxfiend, Brad "Stonyman" Killough

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A classic problem that starts high and finishes higher with big, insecure moves. The rock is a bit lower quality than most Stone Fort problems, and this can sometimes be wet. Nevertheless, the movement is great, and an ascent is always exciting. Start halfway out the chalked rail on a big left hand flake and your right on a slopey crimp. Make a big move out right to an incut spike, then up to the lip. After pulling the lip, move left into the chimney and head back into the Biggie Shorty corridor to get down.


In the "Back Nine" area, walk right around the Graham Crackers boulder, then continue straight along a faint path between boulders (don't go into the Biggie Shorty corridor), about 50 feet past Graham Crackers, Instinct will appear on the left in a tight corner.


lots of pads


I repeated this route on Tuesday October 24th and it looked like a hold that had been epoxied back on had broken. I confirmed this with the folks over at the Crash Pad in Chattanooga - apparently the very incut mini jug/flake that was formerly used as a foot on the stand snapped off a couple days before I got there (you can see a climber in a yellow shirt using it in one of the photos attached to this page). It feels harder than V7 now, I would guess it is ~V8 post-break. The sit is likely significantly harder as well as the flake that broke would have been used as an important hand as far as I can tell. Oct 30, 2017