Type: Sport, 70 ft
FA: J.Boyd
Page Views: 626 total · 14/month
Shared By: J. Snyder on May 26, 2015
Admins: Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick, Greg Opland

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Access Issue: Peregrine Falcons Details

Description

A powerful and sustained line that climbs through a series of relentless small holds. Tricky beta and footwork to show stopper tech at the top.

Cleaned up over the seasons and makes for a great tendon trainer.

Named after Jason's recovery from elbow surgery- a "welcome back to cranking" accomplishment.

Location

Starts on a boulder floating in the middle of some foliage. Head up a short slab with thin holds and into a steep section. Make moves that eventually lead you up into the thin headwall of The Recovery. Avoid traversing left and into the crack system of 'California Crack' to the left of the route. Possible to hang draws from 'Prosthesis'.

Protection

Bolts
Runners can be helpful below roof

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Colin Cox
  5.12b
Colin Cox  
  5.12b
Being able to toprope this line from the shared anchor with Prosthesis makes figuring out the beta easier. You can also them warm up on Prosthesis, hang the draws on The Recovery on the way down, and then send with minimal efforts. May 28, 2015
A. Ginger
  5.12
A. Ginger  
  5.12
I found it helpful to back clean the second bolt once the third is clipped to reduce rope drag. Sep 2, 2018