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|Type:||Sport, 90 ft (27 m)|
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|Shared By:||AndyJohnson on Sep 8, 2015|
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- **NO PARKING SIGNS HAVE BEEN INSTALLED ALONG ROUTE 19 WHERE IT HAS BEEN CUSTOMARY TO PARK FOR MEADOW RIVER CLIMBING AND BOATING ACCESS. THIS MEANS NO PARKING ALONG ROUTE 19 SOUTH, BETWEEN THE BRIDGE AND UNDERWOOD RD.
Climb vertical rock with good moves to a good undercling stance at the third bolt. Figure out how to commit to the slab above, being careful not to pull to hard on the hollow flakes below the overlap. Continue up the slab to another undercling stance at the base of a blank section, at bolt 5.
Seek the dragon's tooth, a sharp pocket, and some side pulls to reach a good rail up high. Pull the next easy roof and find the best stance (layback to the right) to clip the 7th bolt. Work your feet up very high, tense your body, and reach for the perfect glued flake in the high roof. Keep the pump together over the final roof and you are at the anchors.