Type: Sport, 80 ft
FA: JJ Schlick, Wade Forrest, 2009
Page Views: 2,398 total · 55/month
Shared By: JJ Schlick on May 24, 2015
Admins: Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick, Greg Opland

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Description

This line is the logical, lefthand finish to Be the Burn that climbs the sweeping, steep headwall and has retroactively become the top half of Control Burn. So technically speaking it is now a linkup. This deceptively pumpy route is sure to heat up your forearms and get your heart thumping. I couldn’t call it a jug haul, but there are a lot of generous holds.

At the end of the steep, scoopy dihedral of Be The Burn, move sharp left past a little boulder problem involving shallow pockets out left and a slanting rail crimp. This problem leads you to a slippery jug just over the bulge and awesome positioning. Continue up past some pockets out left and big moves over the small roof. A very good shake after the roof will hopefully let you get something back before the little redpoint crux which guards the anchor.

Location

Breaks off left of Be The Burn at the very top of the dihedral.

Protection

Bolts, 2 bolt anchor with Mad Rock steel biners 

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Aaron Townsley
Scottsdale, Arizona
  5.12b
Aaron Townsley   Scottsdale, Arizona
  5.12b
SO GOOD! May 7, 2018