Type: Trad, 50 ft
FA: Bob Ordner and Tom Woodruff
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Shared By: TobyTowne on Nov 13, 2012
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You & This Route

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Climb the arete to a fixed pin. Negotiate a reachy crux to a nice jug under the horizontal roof and follow the finger crack up the slab to the top.


the arete to the left of black pig and over stoned


standard rack


Young Harris, GA
Lohan   Young Harris, GA
The fixed pin is gone. However the crux is still well protected. You can place a cam right at the top of the crack before the crux and with a competent belayer you are never in ledge-fall range even once gaining the jug. (Gear SPOILER: placed a .75 cam to protect the crux, and a #2 below it. Save some small stuff for the top) Mar 3, 2015