Type: Trad, 40 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Mark Nunes on Sep 23, 2015
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Steve Lineberry

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It's a pretty hard start. Find a decent foot and a sharp crimp with your right hand. Hit the crack and then crank up to the jug and pull your way up to a decent stance for your first clip. Move out left and then through a thin section for your second clip. Get yourself over to the crack and things lighten up. Plug a #2 and then a nut higher up, and you are at the rings.


This is a relatively new route, just left of Borrowed Time.


Two bolts down low. A couple of cams #1 or #2, and some small nuts should do you just fine. Rings at the top.


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Fun route with delicate moves in the middle. Be careful throwing to the jug, the point is sharp! Jun 13, 2016
Brian Abram
Celo, NC
Brian Abram   Celo, NC
A DMM Brass Offset #5 can be placed from the ground (height dependent) to protect the crux start well. V2/3 getting off the ground? Two more distinct cruxes above with rests before and after make this one really reasonable. Jun 30, 2016