Type: Sport, 50 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Steven Lucarelli on Apr 11, 2011
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Description

Why Left tackles a vertical wall with good pockets and edges to a thin, sequential crux. Good footwork will make up for the poor hand holds at the crux, but a few more less than bomber moves will keep you working afterwards.

Location

This is just right of Doggie Style.

Protection

6 bolts to a two bolt anchor.

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Lauren D. Hollingsworth
Colorado and Kentucky
  5.12-
Lauren D. Hollingsworth   Colorado and Kentucky
  5.12-
I was not sure of the grade when I got on this route. Based on number of attempts and how the moves felt, I would put this more in the 12a range. To come in at .12c is quite inconsistent with the area when I compare this route with routes like Oaxamoxa and Pocket Laureate. It falls between the two in difficulty, with Oaxaomaxa feeling more like .12b. Feb 15, 2014
Derek Young
Denver, CO
 
Derek Young   Denver, CO
 
The book shows the grade as 12, no letters attached - does that mean it's open to interpretation? Either way, good line. My opinion, using holds right prior to the "mono" before jug pocket out left for the crux bolt keeps the grade 12-. I'm anxious to go back and mess with the more direct line to earn the solid 12. Jan 21, 2015
Nick Turner
  5.12b
Nick Turner  
  5.12b
I worked this route the past few weekends and felt like the grade is 12a/b. This route has one critical small and precise pocket. I was able to fit two fingers in the pocket, but the others in my group said that that pocket was more like a mono. This route is characterized by an easy start, hard middle, and an easy finish to the anchors. Be careful going to the anchors as some holds may be loose. Jan 22, 2018