Type: Sport, 60 ft
FA: Eric Horst
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Shared By: Fred Gomez on Jun 4, 2012
Admins: Pnelson, Ladd, Shawn Heath, Vicki Schwantes, Jake Jones

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Just Send It shares the first bolt and the same impeccable orange stone with Welcome to Conditioning. That is where the similarities end. While WTC features a couple of long brutal bouldery moves, JSI is a relentless power endurance test piece. Together these two routes make a great his and hers combo. JSI is a top choice for short strong women while WTC caters more towards tall men with a dynamic style.

Begin with some easy climbing to the second bolt. At this point the difficulty drastically increases and doesnÂ’t subside until you clip the final bolt. Enjoy a hand jam at the third bolt, before making your way to a horizontal break at the base of the double dihedral. With some difficulty funk your way into the dihedral by using a basketball sized sloper. From here attack the double corner with a mixture of tenuous arête and dihedral moves. Clip the sixth bolt and be sure to keep your composure as you encounter one last facey crux that delivers you to the promise land of easy juggy climbing.

This climb gets shade until around 1:00 p.m. Typically in the morning the route is a bit dank, with the best conditions achieved when the sun first hits and dries the moisture. A long sling on the fourth bolt is helpful.

The moves in the double dihedral are surprisingly very clean and smooth.


The left route of the two lines that go up the brilliant orange face


7 bolts + anchor


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In the fall of 2017, visiting Brit trad climber James Pearson flashed this route, on gear! It would actually be a pretty cool and safe trad lead. Apr 27, 2018