Type: Trad, 60 ft
FA: Paul Van Betten, Sal Mamusia
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Shared By: Rudeboy on Sep 29, 2012
Admins: Larry DeAngelo, Justin Johnsen

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Access Issue: Red Rock RAIN AND WET ROCK: The sandstone is fragile and is very easily damaged when wet. Details


A beasty Roof problem with a direct overhanging crack that flares to offwidth, or take a traversing escape(5.10a?). I did Both.


100 yards up and a little right of outhouse wall. Scramble up and down.


Rack to 6". No Bolts or fixed gear.


That route was done back in the early 80's and is called Crag Rat Roof. I think it was concensus 10c. There are also several routes on the Sunrider crag which is the varnished crag on the tier above in the picture. Way to motivate on the rope solo though. Sep 30, 2012
North Las Vegas, Nevada
Rudeboy   North Las Vegas, Nevada
Ah oh well, thanks. Ill change it up with your beta. Do you know the fa team? Im guessing it was the adventure punks as I was soloing on sunrider today and saw bolts that looked like ones they have used. Sep 30, 2012
Affirmative. Paul V and Sal M FA on the Crag Rat around '82 or '83. I've never heard of anyone doing the traverse out left under the roof though. Danny Myers FA on Sunrider around 9+ or 10a with a few pro bolts. Done around the same time. Several other meandering lines also on the Sunrider wall courtesy of the 80's crew. Oct 1, 2012