Type: Sport, 100 ft
FA: Andrew Wheatley, Mike Wheatley, 2015
Page Views: 1,162 total · 31/month
Shared By: Raiden on Nov 15, 2015
Admins: saxfiend, Jason Halladay, Shirtless Mike

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Description

Shares a start with Diminished Gluteal Syndrome. Start on a jug and head right on some interesting slab moves before reaching a good jug. Head up on mostly all jugs before a tough pop move off of a set of matched crimps. Enjoy large holds to the anchor.

Location

Comes out the middle of the Infirmary cave and shares a start with Diminished Gluteal Syndrome. Right of Dimished Gluteal Syndrome and left of Psych Ward.

Protection

12 bolts? to anchor

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Jessi H
  5.12c
Jessi H  
  5.12c
Super cool line, fun boulder problem to start and a slightly heady traverse into a jug-haul roof. I would definitely say it's harder than a 12b though, particularly if you're my height (5'3", -3.5 ape) Oct 31, 2016
Henry Robinson
Chattanooga, TN
5.12b/c
Henry Robinson   Chattanooga, TN
5.12b/c
WARNING: 10/14/18. 7th Permadraw (including the hangar and bolt) missing! The 2nd permadraw in the roof pulled out Sunday while we were on the route. A fall above the missing draw would be highly consequential. Climb at your own risk.

EDIT: 10/20/18. Someone on RedRiverClimbing.com says they have replaced the bolt, hangar, and permanent draw. The original bolt hole was not re-used. Oct 17, 2018 · Temporary Report
Tony Brengosz
  5.11+
Tony Brengosz  
  5.11+
Felt easier than Brachial Plexus. Also felt easier than Swedish Fish, which is probably a better comparison. All bolts seemed to be in place. Oct 28, 2018