Type: Sport, 110 ft
FA: na
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Shared By: Jonathan Siegrist on Mar 16, 2014
Admins: Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick, Greg Opland

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Description

Start up a bulge through some harder-than-expected movement to reach a standing rest and the base of some big pods. From here move through the pods and into the upper headwall, crimping and edging for a WHILE. A long, brilliant route. Sustained.

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WMcD  
Hang five or six draws and then clip climbtechs to the chains (in 2015, at least). Fantastic vert climbing. Make damn sure you knot your 70m rope. Nov 16, 2015
Choncho  
Pretty great pitch. Perfect rock. Mar 9, 2017
Jason Pon
  5.11d
Jason Pon  
  5.11d
Argh, so close to getting the onsight on this route! Seems a bit soft for the grade IMO but who am I to say. Great climb regardless of the grade. FYI, my 70m rope did not get me back to the ground - knot your rope! Jan 2, 2018
My Edelrid 70m got me to the ground with 6" to spare. Definitely knot your end. Feb 1, 2018
Grant Mercer
Henderson, NV
  5.12a
Grant Mercer   Henderson, NV
  5.12a
Really cool climbing. Although long, didn't feel pumpy as there were multiple rests for getting everything back. Moves were really interesting and fun to climb through, tricky crux too. Dec 2, 2018
Matt Jones
Colorado Springs, CO
  5.12a
Matt Jones   Colorado Springs, CO
  5.12a
A couple of no hands rests help manage the pump. They also gave me a chance to put my hands in my pockets to warm them up! Dec 17, 2018