Type: Sport, 90 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Tyler Quesnel on Nov 1, 2011
Admins: C Miller, Euan Cameron, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin ., Vicki Schwantes

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Solid crimpy sequence off the ground leads to some long and/or technical moves. Shallows out a bit for some easy flake climbing to some steep jugs all for an interesting finish which will require some creative footwork on some slopey arete/dihedral.


Directly right of the popular warm-up Flexercise.


12-15 bolts with double ring anchors at the top.


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gregory huey
Irvine, CA
gregory huey   Irvine, CA
Bagged the redpoint on Nov 17, 2011

I'd say the lower crux is definitely 12b. The upper crux - the blunt arete just below the P1 anchors - I'm less sure about. Originally it seemed very difficult to me, so I would have gone with 12b here also. But, its technical and balancy instead of strenuous. With practice on a specific sequence it now doesn't seem nearly so difficult. This crux was not at all intuitive to me. Now I'd say perhaps 11c/d - but still not really sure.

One cool aspect of the bottom crux is I have my way of doing it (short-person's - right of the bolt-line), and there is a totally different tall-person's way (left of the bolt-line, and atleast one other way I've seen it done. There are lots of options, which also contributes to the difficulty.

The route is also fairly sustained - there is a crimp-fest right after the lower crux (perhaps 11d?) and some excellent bouldery moves before the top crux. And some more 11d stuff in the middle. Its great all around. Nov 18, 2011
Good quality. Fun Moves. Feb 4, 2013