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Start me Up S 5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- 19 E2 5b
Type: Sport, 160 ft, 2 pitches
FA: Kelly Cordner, Margy Marshall, Derick Olson, Dave Pedersen
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Shared By: kelly cordner on May 27, 2014
Admins: Aron Quiter, Euan Cameron, AWinters, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Description

Visually stunning ramp with fun climbing. Face to ramp. Crux is around the 11th bolt on P2. Some crack moves. To avoid the ugly gully to the left of the line, use the 3 chain draws to descend back to the top of P1. A 70 m rope will allow you to lower your second to the ground from the top of P1 with the rope running thru the anchors of p2. Remember to pull the rope so that the free leg comes down thru the fixed draws or it will fall into the gully. This route gets great sun at the end of the day in Winter.

Location

Up the hill to the left of the Health Club Formation

Protection

P1 is 5 bolts. P2 is 12 bolts including 3 chain draws.

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Miles Weaver
Mammoth Lakes, CA
 
Miles Weaver   Mammoth Lakes, CA
 
Fun route. Some interesting crack/stem moves on the top half. Dec 10, 2016
Jeff Scheuerell
  5.9+
Jeff Scheuerell  
  5.9+
Interesting climb. We did it in 1 long pitch. The best part was belaying from the top, great ledge to sit on and enjoy the view. Just lower the 2nd down then rap with 1 70m rope and a little bit of down climbing.

There is a good size flake jammed in the wide crack that I did not touch. Avoiding the flake was the crux for me. My 2nd yarded on and stood on it and it didn't budge. Personally I would have removed it had I put it up but maybe it wouldn't budge. Nov 3, 2014