Type: Trad, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: Patrick O'Donnell
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Shared By: Patrick O'Donnell on Apr 28, 2014
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Start immediately right of B-Gizzle on some face holds. Clip 2 bolts on the start of the face. Move into a steep layback crack and clip the 3rd bolt. Game-on from here. Move into the crack as it transitions back to the right. Go for it doing a sporty move to clip the 4th bolt or optionally place finger size gear to protect the move. Clip 4th bolt and stay focused for a burly awkward layback crack move that requires footwork and balance. Stand up and place a blue TCU/green alien and do a final easy move to gain the ledge and anchor of B-Gizzle. clip a bolt and long sling on anchor of B-Gizzle.

Move above B-Gizzle anchor and clip a high bolt. move into a steep layback crack crux and clip another bolt (7th and last bolt). Gain a stance and place a piece of gear. Continue placing gear (up to 2") up a steep 10+ crack finish just left of "Flame Thrower". Lower off.

Location Suggest change

Right of B-Gizzle. Left of Flamethrower. Could be considered an alternate start of B-Gizzle with a new extension.

Protection Suggest change

Mixed. 7 bolts plus gear to 2". Mostly small gear.

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