Type: Sport, TR, 50 ft
FA: Isla Miln, Colin Miln
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Shared By: Jon Kulikowski on Feb 4, 2013
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Steve Lineberry

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Straightforward slab climb. Additional anchors to the right for toproping.


Bolts to ring anchors.


Where is this climb? Feb 5, 2013
Jon Kulikowski  
This is the leftmost route on Homegrown wall. Feb 5, 2013
I'm confused. Why did you give it another name?

edit: oh, just saw RC.com calls it "Is This How You Clip?" Never heard it called that before. Feb 5, 2013
Curtis Baird
Johnson City, TN
Curtis Baird   Johnson City, TN
Cool route, good for beginners. Dec 8, 2014
So I just watched a girl break her ankle or foot or both on this climb yesterday. Good route for beginners but still not a good route for a lead fall. Mar 16, 2015
Charles Ciaffone
Asheville, NC
Charles Ciaffone   Asheville, NC
I swear the crux is setting up the anchor at the top while clinging to a pinch-grip on sloping footholds. Jul 10, 2016
Alex Palomino
Salt Lake City, UT
Alex Palomino   Salt Lake City, UT
This was my first lead route and I would agree with other folks; this is a stiff one to learn on and the way it lays in would make for a scrapy fall. Jul 11, 2017
Abigail Lynn
Boone, NC
Abigail Lynn   Boone, NC
I've never been out to the dump before. Is the dirt parking lot obvious? Is the crag difficult to find? Looking to do this route tomorrow. Any info would be appreciated! Oct 16, 2018