Type: Sport, 65 ft (20 m)
FA: Lee Terveen
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Shared By: Orphaned User on Aug 18, 2013
Admins: Peter Gram, Greg Parker, Mike Madsen, Mark Rafferty

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Starts with big holds everywhere and goes to a left hand crack that requires you to bump up until your feet are high enough to allow you to toss to a sick pocket right smack dab in the middle of no feet country. Sink a two finger pocket and work those feet up to nice holds on sick overhung territory. From there you get a plethora of small (but positive) crimps, gastones, sidepulls and whatever else you can get your hands on in order to get past the next crux to the next sick rest.

Ends with you incredibly pumped and wondering what to do with an arete that dominates the landscape to the anchors. Good sicky, sticky fun! Definately not a one move wonderbread kind of climb. This thing will take you out if you don't figure out how to fight the barn door at the end and keep yourself from getting carried away by wild horses.


Located on the blonde rock on the right side of The Headshop Wall. If you include the black slabby routes about 20 feet to the right, this route is the third route going from right to left.


7 bolts. Open Shunt Anchors


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