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Routes in Fred's Cave Area

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Download V3 6A
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Shared By: ferrells on Dec 20, 2012
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This endlessly classic problem in Fred's Cave requires power, precision, and maybe even some endurance. Fred's Roof is the most aesthetic and obvious line in the cave. There are small adjustments between, but it is essentially 3 big moves. Start seated, and begin throwing up slightly to the left, and then straight to the huge jug just below the roof. The crux is the middle throw, and is a technical and powerful move from good holds to huge holds.
Hold it together for the last throw. The feet are easy to slip off of when setting up for the giant move.


Right side of the main steep section of Fred's Cave. Essentially, to the right of this, there is nothing for a ways until you hit Blogger (at least, I don't think there are any problems between).


3 good sized pads and a rug/slider completely covers the landing area. But it's very flat.



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