Fiddle of Gold
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|Type:||Sport, 80 ft|
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|Shared By:||Brennan Crellin on Aug 19, 2014|
|Admins:||Brennan Crellin, Micah Klesick, Nate Ball|
DescriptionSide pull the arete that terminates the right side of the bulging face. This leads to an enormous no hands rest, although it's (VERY) early for a rest.
Follow the bolt line up and right. Pull the immediate mini-roof to a position at the flaring crack.
Climb the easier (sustained 5.10+) broken-up vertical face to a no-hands (if you can find it) rest below the intimidatingly enormous roof.
Pull hard on big moves on great jugs to the anchor.
NOTE: This route is exceptionally difficult to clean on rappel or while being lowered. You may have a partner clean this on their way up the clipped end of the rope, on top-rope. I will try to get some permanent draws donated from a manufacturer by Summer 2015.
LocationThe line that takes on the full center of the imposing roof at the top of the CONCERT HALL sub-area.
More importantly, this is an amazing climb for its grade, in a perfectly remote location to only be climbed by the lucky few who get there.