Type: Sport, 40 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: burboeck on Jun 6, 2014
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The guidebook lists this climb as a 5.9, but it climbs very very easy for that grade - perhaps the easiest on the wall. A 5.8 at best, and though there may not be a discernible crux, it is still a nice route with some smooth moves.

It's on a chalk-white section of the wall with a lower off that seems to be an old just an old white rope between two bolt and a seized-up old carabiner.


This climb is right where the path to the crag arrives at the wall. It is the 5th bolted route from the left. There is something of a clearing near the bottom, and this route climbs up from the left side of that clearing.

There is a noticeable hole in the wall near the bottom, right where the lower gray limestone meets the white limestone that ascends to the top. Mimosin's bolts run just left of that hole (2nd bolt is at the hole).

The bottom of Mimosin with its landmark hole at the 2nd bolt.


6 bolts to an anchor with 2 bolts tied together with an off-white rope next to a brown and gray depression easily visible from the ground.


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