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Routes in Treunitzer Wand

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Type: Sport, 40 ft
FA: T. Dremel 1986
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Shared By: Shawn Heath on Sep 14, 2015
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Description

A nice route with a hard start and easy climbing afterward. Unfortunately, the crux is unprotected since it basically starts from the ground and continues up to the first bolt. Afterwards, however, the difficulty eases greatly and the climbing afterward is a jug-haul. The 2nd bolt is very high up and offers grounder potential for those who have difficulty climbing 5.7 (if so, how did you get this far?)

Location

In the middle of the crag, the 4th route right from the arete on the left of the crag.

Protection

2 bolts + anchor

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