Type: Sport, 60 ft
FA: Mike Fisher
Page Views: 538 total · 14/month
Shared By: Corey McKenzie on Nov 2, 2015
Admins: Ladd, Shawn Heath, Vicki Schwantes, Jake Jones

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Description

Fire into the crux right from the start using crimpy sidepulls and odd footwork. There's a nice rest ledge right before the roof. Pull the roof and clip one more to the anchors.

Location

6th route from the right of the long part of the crag. Can't miss it - it's on the right side of the big, blank, white wall.

Protection

7 bolts to chains

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TyrelJ
Alexandria, VA
  5.11b/c R
TyrelJ   Alexandria, VA
  5.11b/c R
Easy climbing above the roof, but runout from bolt 6 to 7 and 7 to the anchors so be careful (rest of the route is well protected). Top stays wet for a couple of days after rain, which can make getting to the anchors spicy. Jun 26, 2016
Nathan Sick
  5.11a
Nathan Sick  
  5.11a
since this is a young area I'll weigh in that unless I got on the wrong route (I don't think I did...) this felt much more like 11a than 11d, just as an FYI to anyone feeling hesitant Jul 31, 2017
Hannah L
Baltimore, MD
 
Hannah L   Baltimore, MD
 
fun route! the crux moves are challenging, but once you make it to the fourth bolt, the route is over. the roof is really easy to pull, and although it's runout to the anchors, you're hauling on giant chicken heads, so there's really no risk of falling. Nov 12, 2018