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Late for Dinner T 5.8- 5b 16 VI- 14 VS 4c R
Type: Trad, 200 ft, 2 pitches
FA: Caleb Mallory, Sam Anderson (2/28/16)
Page Views: 277 total, 13/month
Shared By: Caleb Mallory on Mar 1, 2016
Admins: Ryan Williams, Aaron Parlier, Steve Lineberry

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Description

The line is shown in the beta picture. Take on the 100+ feet of run out slab, with a good finger sized cam placement at around 80 feet, up into the corner below the slightly overhanging upper portion of the cliff where you can build a gear anchor. From here, follow the multiple crack systems over two roofs up onto the easy 5th class slab up into the trees. Walk down on either side (Climber's right is easiest). I believe this to be the FA of this cliff face after doing some extensive research and asking around, however I am very much aware that I could be mistaken. There are numerous lines to be put up here, and a bolt or two on the initial slab would be much appreciated!

Location

Hike up from the trailside boulder until you reach the bottom of the slab.

Protection

Standard Rack. Multiple .75's

Description

The line is shown in the beta picture. Take on the 100+ feet of run out slab, with a good finger sized cam placement at around 80 feet, up into the corner below the slightly overhanging upper portion of the cliff where you can build a gear anchor. From here, follow the multiple crack systems over two roofs up onto the easy 5th class slab up into the trees. Walk down on either side (Climber's right is easiest). The initial 70-80ft of slab is 5-easy but completely run out. If this route sees more traffic I would love to have a bolt place somewhere here.

Location

Hike up from the trailside boulder until you reach the bottom of the slab.

Protection

Standard Rack. #4 is helpful.
Nice work!! Feb 28, 2017