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Type: Trad, Sport, 25 ft
FA: Andy Hoyt, Greg Matthews
Page Views: 190 total · 3/month
Shared By: RPF on Jul 16, 2013
Admins: Jared LaVacque, L. Von Dommelheimer

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Description [Edit]

Bolts on highly featured rock, crack finish

Location [Edit]

Featured block on right side of wall

Protection [Edit]

3 bolts, gear to 3"


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Prezwoodz Gray
Anchorage, Alaska
Prezwoodz Gray   Anchorage, Alaska
Whats up with this climb? It starts out fun then disappears. There's no anchor and it ends at a place where you can't walk off or rappel without leaving any gear behind. Your description says 25ft and I'm not sure even where the anchor would be at that point. I ended up climbing up through the left hand corner and a giant block squeeze and then coming across the left face at the second pitch bolt of 3rd Generation. By then I was completely out of gear and most of what I had placed was sketchy at best. Sep 4, 2016
The Shocker  
That should be 25 meters, not feet.
It goes straight up after the bolts to the top of the wall.
You obviously we're lost. Maybe someone should put some bright pink tape up there on the holds to guide you along. Nobody else that's climbed it had a problem route finding, it's pretty obvious.
If you want to make money off of rock climbs, maybe you should be able to figure them out on your own first?
That will be 39.95$ please. Sep 4, 2016
Prezwoodz Gray
Anchorage, Alaska
Prezwoodz Gray   Anchorage, Alaska
I'm sure you could use the money since I've seen the gear you're putting in out there. Sep 7, 2016

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