Type: Sport
FA: Rick Harward, Ed Mistarka
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Shared By: Kristan Markey on Jan 10, 2013 with updates from Climberdude
Admins: Justin Johnsen, Kyle Stapp, SCPC

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A few jam moves up high on this on.


To the right of the sector prominence.


5 bolts to 2-bolt anchor


Eric Beyeler
Lancaster, PA
Eric Beyeler   Lancaster, PA
Bring a .75 cam to protect the initial moves with the crack... otherwise very bad fall consequences. Sep 24, 2013
Stephen Montgomery
Stephen Montgomery   Maryland
Had a great time on this route. There are quite a few loose blocks. Just below the third bolt there is a large loose side pull, and near the top there is rock at the end of the crack that had some give. This doesn't take away from the rest of the route being one of the more fun routes at this crag. Dec 6, 2015
Justin Chapman
Philadelphia, PA
Justin Chapman   Philadelphia, PA
+1 for Eric and Stephen's comments...was on this yesterday. Pretty freaky move with serious fall consequences about halfway up. Nov 7, 2016
Brian Wetzel
Philadelphia, Pa
Brian Wetzel   Philadelphia, Pa
I felt like the rock on this route was super grippy. Obvious it doesn't get a lot of traffic.

Accidentally pulled out a medium sized block (about the size of two bricks) just below the last bolt while doing a hard lieback. If you consider this section the crux, then its possible it made the climb a little easier, because the crack there is still bomber for hands, and it created a large spot for your foot. Mar 12, 2018