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|Shared By:||Scott Gilliam on Mar 16, 2014|
|Admins:||Aaron Parlier, Steve Lineberry|
This link-up has everything a 5.6 climber may not be looking for including a runout start, finicky gear, and a bit of exposure. Begin as for the direct start to Too Much Fun, stepping off a block onto a low angle rock face. Tiptoe up this a ways to an inobvious but key 2.0 Tri-cam placement -- nothing else fits here -- and continue to almost to the base of the Too Much Fun Corner over sparse gear. Then thumb your nose at the TMF crux and traverse right following a thin horizontal to the arete that forms the left side of the Washboard face. Straddle this for a few moves -- nice exposure but not a lot of gear -- and then punch it to the belay ledge.
Begin just right of the traditional Too Much Fun/Blue Chock start where a triangular block that just out of the ground. Pull onto the cliff then step right and tiptoe up the face.
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