Type: Sport, 30 ft (9 m)
FA: George Hughbanks Winter of 2007
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Shared By: Matt Comi on Oct 21, 2013 · Updates
Admins: Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick, Z Winters

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Follow the narrow, slightly overhanging nose up a straight-forward start. The crux is between the third and fourth bolt: crimps to a sloping jug and a mantel to an inclined, easy finish.
Very short, but fun route.


Follow the path above the secondary wall west (past the top-anchors for climbs like the Prow). On your right you'll see a couple small jutting rock faces with bolts. Walk past these about a hundred yards. You'll see an incline with a narrow aggressive boulder and two bolted routes visible from the path. Freeing South Africa is the right-most route following the nose of the rock.


Four bolts (appearing new) to chains. Lower-off.


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