Type: Sport, 50 ft
FA: D. McQuade
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Shared By: J W on Dec 21, 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


Enough people get on the lower part of Choad Warrior that I figured I'd put this in as an option for folks.

The first half of Choad Warrior. Stick clip the high first perma-draw and boulder through juggy holds to a thin face above. Clip 4 more cable draws, working your way through a cryptic crux involving an annoying lack of feet and iffy holds. Clip the chains and celebrate or mantle onto the shelf to continue on the full Choad.


On the main Stratocaster wall, third route in from the left- the obvious hueco'ed overhang above marks the route. Look for in-situ draws going up a vertical face with a juggy start.


5 bolts, in-situ draws


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Zach Harrison
Zach Harrison   Flagstaff
No cable draws, just spinning bolts. Apr 20, 2018
Indeed there are no perma-draws, but there are new wave bolts and mussy hooks from the ASCA. Oct 20, 2018