Type: Sport, 65 ft
FA: Ta-Chi Wang, 1997
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Shared By: Nate Ball on Jan 2, 2014
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Follows a thin crack all the way to the top of the formation. A powerful bouldery start gives way to fun, varied, moderate climbing. This route could easily be done on trad gear.

Make a series of tough moves to get up and around the overhang. There are probably a few ways to do this, but the crux can be perplexing. Once on the face, use the crack to layback and toe-jam your way up to a juggy flake. Continue up the crack to some pockety rock and a ledge. Follow the diagonal crack through some jumbled rock to another ledge. A tricky slab section protects the anchors directly above, or just step right to the anchors on Disco Fistcrack.


Disco Buttress' east-facing wall, middle-left side. Follows the obvious thin crack.


Titanium (2016/17)
Gear to 1" (mostly smaller)


Taipei City
Danger   Taipei City
A roof problem(which is actually a slab problem in disguise) and slab problem separated by fairly cruisy climbing.

The roof problem is a very beta intensive 11c: There are multiple ways to do this in a 5.12 manner, one 11d way to do it, and one rather mystical 11c way to do it which you will probably not figure out until you've cursed the first ascentionist's entire family line two times over.

Consider yourself warned. Dec 6, 2014