Type: Trad, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: Arno Ilgner and John Harlin, November 1985
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Shared By: Jon Richard on Dec 5, 2011
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This technical route has fun moves and keeps you thinking the whole way.

Begin by negotiating a tricky roof about 10 feet up then continue up discontinuous cracks and left facing corners to a two bolt anchor.

Location Suggest change

Located just left of Crackattack. starts on questionable rock leading to a low roof.

See route #34 on page 164, of Rob Robinson Guidebook "Tennessee Wall" A Rock Climbers Guide, 2009

Protection Suggest change

Single rack 0.4' - 3" bring a #4.5 - 5 to protect the opening roof.

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