Type: Trad, 50 ft (15 m)
FA: Mark Roth and Shane Plummer (maybe?)
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Shared By: Mark Roth on Dec 27, 2013
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This is a fun little line. It is worthy of a quick lap if you are walking by en route to the Chockstone Chimney raps or headed for the East Slabs. I don't know if it's been climbed before, but it should be climbed some more....

Smear up the initial slab to a bulge where you can get a suspicious cam in a licheny slot. Ten feet higher there is a cluster of huecos where you can stuff a #2 Camalot and some tricams if you have them. Then move up left on a ramp that turns into a right-facing corner. The higher you get, the better the gear. When you hit the ridge, head up left to the top of the Lumpe Tower.

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This is near the East side of the South face of the Lumpe Tower summit block. From the notch between Tower 1 and the Lumpe Tower, scramble down the gully to the east. This obvious line is on your left. It is just left of a short, huecoed wall.

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Gear is not great on the first half. Tricams are ideal, we had a 2.5, but a little bigger would be better...