Type: Sport, 120 ft (36 m)
FA: Tom Adams (2003)
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Shared By: SM Ryan on May 13, 2013 · Updates
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, GRK, D C

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One of the King Lines in the cobble cave, linking the power endurance route "Millennium" into the endurance finish of "Don't Mess With Texas".

Start in the back of the cave  and climb the first four bolts of harder than you'd like climbing to an ok shake.  Wrestle thru the watermelon size cobble, low V5 ish and at least 5 different beta variations.  Steep roof climbing with some rest opportunities takes you to a good double kneebar.  It's considered low end 13b to here.  Jug bash out of the rest, generally skipping a draw and come into the crux a powerful V6ish boulder problem.  After the crux it helps to skip or backclean a few draws for ropedrag.  I skipped the next 3.  Get to the large red cobble rest on La Confianza, clip out right and climb thru some easier terrain with rest opportunities to the next crux.  While only V5ish this crux might feel hard after all the earlier hard climbing.  Get thru this and try to get it all back in the double kneebar rest shared with "The Feast".  Bash your way up the 12b/c headwall probably skipping a few clips, the second bolt after the rest is new after the re-bolting of the cave and is a dogging bolt.  Clip the chains and you're ready to start working T-Rex.

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