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Type: Sport, 90 ft
FA: John Heiman
Page Views: 370 total · 7/month
Shared By: Josh Janes on May 15, 2014
Admins: Justin Johnsen

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Access Issue: Mount Charleston Wilderness Area Details


I would guess that establishing this route involved a lot of trundling, but the end result is excellent. This is a high quality route with several distinct cruxes: A burly start with poor feet leads to a no-hands rest (if your leg is the right length), continue up through the low roof and establish above and try to recover before a second crux moving off a pair of vertical slots to an undercling and a few more hard moves. Above this it's just a matter of staying calm during a run from the last bolt up sharp rock to the anchor.


The right-most route at the crag


9x bolts. Kneepad on the left is nice (I found three knee bars - two of which were hands-free).


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Rob Warden...Space Lizard
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Rob Warden...Space Lizard   Between Zion, Vegas, LA, an…
this route is incredible. the knee pad is incredibly useful Jun 30, 2018

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