Type: Trad, Aid, 65 ft (20 m)
FA: Rick Poedtke (Feb 1997)
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Shared By: NateSkains on Aug 29, 2011 · Updates
Admins: Mike Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer Ski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Amazing aid line, highly recommend top rope only. As there is no real protection... Starts off with a cam hook, then into an old bolt hanger, then into multiple bat hook placements till the changes. Awesome route to aid practice on.

Start in the crack/seam, which takes #2 brassie offsets. After the crack peters out, make a top step for the first bolt stud. The rest of the route is neck-tying dowels with nut cables and hooking on 1/4" hook holes. The mental crux is after the hangered bolt mid way up to the next dowel for pro (25'). Shorter people will likely make 5 hook moves before reaching the last dowel. There is a three bolt anchor with chains to lower off or rap. Good practice for the big show and haul practice too. Fun and yet heady route!

Location Suggest change

South side of pinnacle, left of super air.

Protection Suggest change

(1) set of small RP's and offset brassies
(2) Talons for each etrier

For those who prefer to top rope the route, climb Super Air, which shares the same anchor as 'Where's The Breeze?'

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