Type: Sport, 90 ft (27 m)
FA: J. Coin
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Shared By: Orphaned User on Mar 28, 2015 · Updates
Admins: Peter Gram, Greg Parker, Mikel Madsen, Mark Rafferty

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The final climb on the far right hand side of The Danks is a five eleven challenge not to be missed by those who want to enjoy another long pumpy route with some thoughtful movement.

This is yet another Danks route with a crux right off the deck that will get you real pumped real early. Fight to stay on the rock and enjoy big movements to holds that are either teeny tiny or super big.

You will feel pretty dang faded when this never ending route is finally in the bag.

A great climb for those who seek solitude and a short hike! Suggest change

Lower Danks. Far right hand side of The Danks. Walk about 30 more feet past the biggest baddest buttress in The Dank (towards Cheyenne Crossing). There is a gap of slabby black rock right after the six closely bolted climbs that you have to walk past before you get to Faded. The hike is actually pretty short and the route is definitely worth doing.

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Bring a dozen quickdraws. Stick clip first bolt. Be prepared to take the ride at the second bolt.


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