Type: Sport, 115 ft (35 m)
FA: Dale Snyder, early 2000's
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Shared By: Darren S on Sep 2, 2012
Admins: Justin Johnsen, Luke EF

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The extension to Los Banditos (or other starts in the vicinity).

From the anchor of Los Banditos, take a long rest and then launch into the climbing above. Joe Dirt starts with a big move right away, followed by sustained crimping on mostly positive holds. There are lots of rests along the way, so find them and milk them, as the crux comes at the second to last bolt. This crux requires the use of a mono pocket for most, so be aware if you have an aversion to using them. I usually avoid routes that have monos, but this one is not too bad. The crux also has a lot of moves and penalizes failure with a lot of air time.

Location Suggest change

Start on Los Banditos (or one of the neighboring routes) and continue up and right past the anchors.

Protection Suggest change

6 additional bolts past the first anchors, usually fixed draws.


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