Type: Sport, 80 ft (24 m)
FA: Jay Arp
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Shared By: Austin Eddy on Mar 6, 2015
Admins: Kristin Tippey, Stonyman Killough, Luke Cornejo, saxfiend

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The climb starts relatively easy with some somewhat delicate traversing back and forth up the face. Nothing spectacular, but still pretty fun. Right when the climb gets a little steeper, the first crux comes with a big throw between two good holds. It isn't too bad if you remember to try hard. From there, work your way up a bit further to the last bolt. Here is where the real fun starts. Hopefully you aren't too pumped. Power through the awesome V5ish boulder problem with a side pull, some nice crimps, a gaston, and a sloper to a pretty exciting finish. Once you stick the jug after the sloper, you've made it!

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Two routes to the right of the Odyssey. There is a sort of cool looking rock formed chair at the base.

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Some draws. I think around 10. You don't really need to stick clip it unless you really want to.


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