Type: TR, 25 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Zach Maynard on Oct 6, 2013
Admins: Courtney Curtner

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Description

This interesting route because the climb from the roof down is 2 solid grades more difficult than above the roof. The crux is passing the roof. There are two easier methods for climbing the route which are by shifting either to the right or left of the main line.

Location

On the east face between the two arches.

Protection

Two carabiners at the top anchors

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Jscheutz
Columbus, Ohio
Jscheutz   Columbus, Ohio
Thanks for adding these! Are you grading these with or without the holds? For example working your my way through the overhang / roof I felt like the only way to make it through was using the big hold right in the middle at the lip. Thanks again, I'll see you out there sometime -

Josh Dec 18, 2013
Zach Maynard
Columbus, OH
Zach Maynard   Columbus, OH
Without holds but I would love peoples feed back. I am just providing an initial grading for most the routes. They are all based on the natural formations. For this specific route there is a way to do with without using any of the holds but it is much more difficult. There is a small crimp above and to the left of the big ledge hold. If you move to the right or left by climbing only features and no holds its much easier. Apr 10, 2014
Derek.3
 
Derek.3  
 
There is now an auto belay that can be used to climb this route. Can pass the lip/overhang without using the hold in the middle (or any non-natural hold). Jul 6, 2015