Type: Sport, 50 ft (15 m)
FA: unknown?
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Shared By: Ben Mackall on Oct 9, 2014
Admins: GRK, Zach Wahrer

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Great line. A huge move to and hard match on a crimp rail by the second bolt (first crux) lead to excellent flowing moves to pull left over the gray bulge (think "sidepulls") up to a rest in a prominent horizontal. From here launch into a sequential and final crux travere right with positive crimps but terrible feet to a decent pod right of the last bolt. If the pump hasn't got you by now, make a few easier moves to the anchors.

Fairly hard at the traverse but some mental acuity and attentive footwork/body positions will get you through. Keep in mind you pull the crux moves some 4-6 feet above your last bolt, but that only adds to the fun, right?!

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Leftmost route on the vertical wall containing the Dam in the rain arete. Just right of the grey slab containing Jens and Gobis in the Dark

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Bolts (6) to anchors

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