Type: Sport, 100 ft
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Shared By: Michael Kimm on Oct 7, 2013
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Access Issue: Red Rock RAIN AND WET ROCK: The sandstone is fragile and is very easily damaged when wet. Details

Description

Starts forty feet right of Strategic Arms. Follow a thin, left facing corner for three bolts, and make a move up and over the bulge. Traverse left into a juggy flake, and then balance your way up the slab above. Upon arriving at the first seam, the wall steepens and the holds start to vanish. A long stab off of bad crimps and poor feet brings you to bolt number 10, but the action doesn't stop there! You've gained massive jugs, but no feet forces you into one of two desperate sequences. Anorexicly thin climbing through the higher wispy seam brings you to the last bolt, where (finally!) some good holds bring you to the chains. Extremely technical.

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12 bolts to chains.

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Michael Kimm
Denver, CO
  5.13a
Michael Kimm   Denver, CO
  5.13a
I revisited this climb today for the first time since its bolting, and I managed to find a sequence through the upper three bolts of madness. It's hard. Harder than I originally thought. Might be 12d if you're tall and/or long and have your footwork game on point. The crux feels 5.13 desperate to me though... We shall see. Apr 15, 2018
Brendan Koch
Las Vegas, NV
Brendan Koch   Las Vegas, NV
Has this been redpointed yet? Sep 28, 2018
Michael Kimm
Denver, CO
  5.13a
Michael Kimm   Denver, CO
  5.13a
I don't believe so Brendan. Go get it if you'd like!! Sep 29, 2018