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Type: Sport, 75 ft
FA: Jason Stevens
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Shared By: KipHenrie on May 7, 2011
Admins: Andrew Gram, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Description

A really fun long route full of cobbles

Location

First climb to the left on this wall

Protection

10 bolts to chains

Photos

Kenny Clark
State College, PA
  5.10a
Kenny Clark   State College, PA
  5.10a
10 bolts, with the best at the top. We did a couple of double length draws near the middle section, where the route becomes considerably less than vertical. This helped to manage drag a lot. After this section the climb gets vertical and awesome.

I second the helmet advice: cobbles break and crumble a lot. Also, be careful pulling the rope--we got ours stuck on the shallow-angled middle section on some cobble. Jul 1, 2011
John Ross
Wasatch Front, UT
  5.10a
John Ross   Wasatch Front, UT
  5.10a
10 bolts to chains. This is a good long route.

Like a lot of Maple areas a helmet just may save you or your belayer's noggin. A few random falling cobbles were a reminder of this. May 8, 2011