Type: Sport, 60 ft
FA: Evan Wisheropp
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Shared By: Evan Wisheropp on Jul 27, 2015
Admins: Lurker, Rick Shull, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Grow a Pear is an exciting line up the outside of the obvious chimney in the center of the rock. From a distance, it may not look like much, but when you get up to it, the route is steep, well featured, and very safe. Clipping the 5th bolt will test the rope management skills of new leaders. It is a great beginner lead or warm up for the other harder climbs around. Aside from directing falls in a safe direction, the draws keep the rope completely off the rock.

Bolt finding beta:
Near the bush after the second bolt, reach up and right to clip the third bolt above the first shelf. Move up and left left into the chimney and reach up and right to clip the fourth bolt. The crux is moving to the fifth bolt on the left wall, use wide chimney or stemming technique. The sixth bolt is on the right side of the crack higher up, and anchors back again on the left.


Obvious chimney.


6 bolts and 2 bolt anchor. Rap off chains


Sic Nabo  
A unique and welcome addition to LOTL. Fun, secure chimney climbing. A very accessible route for the aspiring lead climber. Jul 28, 2015
Evan A.
Evan A.  
Fun slab start with a chimney finish. visually appealing line with Minimal rope drag. Definitely recommended if heading to the tropics. Aug 23, 2015
Ryder Dschida
McKinleyville, CA
Ryder Dschida   McKinleyville, CA
The farther in you go, the easier it gets! Just do it! May 29, 2018