Type: Trad, TR
FA: unknown
Page Views: 725 total · 9/month
Shared By: Eduardo Ramirez on Aug 19, 2012
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Steve Lineberry

You & This Route


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Description

Climb the fun traditionally protected boulder style start that deposits you on the ledge (one of two original starts to PASSING OUT WOLF TICKETS). Make your way passed three bolts to get to the next section of traditional climbing (left of the arete is harder). Bring some TCUs or C3s to protect the section above the third (and last) bolt.

TYRANNOSAURUS ROX(5.10) originally started on TRUNDLASAURUS(5.10d) and both routes were mostly traditional with only one shared bolt. Original 'Rox' veers cliff right after what is now the second bolt of TRUNDLASAURUS and finished on the arete in between TRUNDLASAURUS and PASSING OUT WOLF TICKETS(5.10).

Some folks like to use both bolted lines to double rope TRUNDLASAURUS and TYRANNOSAURUS ROX. This is because you literally can take a couple of steps left or right and be on either route.

This area is squeeze job central (if ever there was a place, this would be it).

Protection

Trad rack- Micro-Medium gear. Three bolts.

Bolted anchor (that should have been moved up when replaced).

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wes calkins  
 
One of the best pitches at the resurgance areas. I usually start in the crack that is to the right of the line on the topo photo. then it follows like the description says. The gear for me is hard to place but solid if you know what peice to bring. really good face climbing! Dec 28, 2012
If I had put up Passing Out Wolf Tickets this route wouldn't have lasted long. It is a horrible encroachment, with most people who climb POWT now clipping the 1st bolt of this because it is right in your face. Pretty much the same can be said for the rest of the route and Trundle. Oct 21, 2015
Carolina
Rural NC
Carolina   Rural NC
Kinda cool. A loose block 2/3 of the way up had us moving spectators to the climbers left to get them out from trundle a sorous territory.
We Nov 5, 2018