Type: Sport, 115 ft
FA: Mark Grundon Karla Moya
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Shared By: Mark Grundon on Jan 6, 2013
Admins: MAKB, Nate Ball, Ricardo Orozco, Rudy Peckham

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Crux down low. There is a fixed draw for the crux clip. The crux is very height dependent. Probably a harder grade for shorter people.


To the left of Slippery Down Under. Right of Devils Cabana Boy.


bolts on fixed chain draw


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Jack Sparrow
denver, co
Jack Sparrow   denver, co
This is a VERY unique route. I felt like I was climbing a wall of porcelain no friction at all. Very different for potrero not many positive holds after the crux. Felt a bit like slippery down under only a lot harder. This is called 11c/d in Eds guidebook and its complete bs this route is without a doubt 12a. One of the most unique rock climbs I've ever been on. Stellar Dec 21, 2014
Unique is right... not so sure about how much I actually enjoyed the route, though. The rock looks and feels like it has been covered in a layer of fossilized candle wax.

The crux is extremely height dependent, requiring a full span move from an undercling to a pocket, followed by a dicey clip. Hard as nails for the short, and apparently no cakewalk for the tall either. Jan 19, 2015
Jake Dickerson
Lander, WY
Jake Dickerson   Lander, WY  
Honestly, I can't say I was psyched on this route. The first four bolts were fun, but then it's just low angle edging up slippery smooth rock. Jan 9, 2016