Type: Trad, 60 ft
FA: Wes Love, Rodney Lanier
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Shared By: Chuck Parks on Sep 12, 2011
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Steve Lineberry

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Begin at a series of broken, steep, right-leaning cracks. The rightmost crack widens to off-width and is capped by a slight bulge. Grunt your way through this sustained bottom section, fire over the bulge and onto easier ground. Continue up to a similar section of right-leaning cracks up high. After this final crux, exit right onto sharp, chossy rock at the top of the steep gully.


About 20 feet right of the popular sport climb Opinionated, next to a pine tree near the base.


Mostly .75 Camalot or smaller. There's one spot down low that will take a #4 C4, but it isn't required. You'll need to build a gear anchor at the top, and bring plenty of long slings or webbing if you plan to set up a top rope. To get down, either descend the 5.easy gully or top out through the choss above and walk off.


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Eduardo Ramirez
Columbia, SC
Eduardo Ramirez   Columbia, SC
FA - Wes Love, Rodney Lanier Jan 23, 2013
North Carolina
m.rutledge   North Carolina
I did the left crack as shown in the Carolina Rocks Book The gear down low is placed from tough stances all the way through the crux. Once you pull the crux expect some spicy choss. Ultimately this route either needs cleaned up or given back to the spiders that live on it. Jul 15, 2018