Type: Sport, 40 ft (12 m)
FA: Ed Engler
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Shared By: Orphaned User on May 21, 2011
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Back in the day, for less than five grand, a young American could buy themselves decent transportation which could get them to KISS concerts and maybe some subcompact sex if they were lucky.

The AMC Spirit was a small car marketed by American Motors Corporation (AMC) from 1979 to 1983 as a restyled replacement for the Gremlin. The Spirit shared the Gremlin's platform and was offered in two hatchback variations, each with two doors marketed as sedan and liftback.

Apparantly, the liftback could be opened easily from inside in order to let the stank out and many kids from Generation Y have this car to thank for their conception.

The Spearfish Canyon Spirit is a worthwhile climb that starts with a crack and ends with a fun sequence that will either warm you up for something harder or buff you up so you can someday get on something more challenging down the line.


The Spirit is the left-most climb on the AMC wall. Starts on a pedestal and ends on a good note. Get funky with it and then get on something harder.


This is a short, yet tricky route. Four bolts and open shunt anchors.


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