Type: Trad, TR, 50 ft
FA: Dave Saball and Todd Swain, 1985
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Shared By: Simon Thompson on Apr 11, 2016
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Access Issue: A portion of Near Trapps has been closed to climbing Details

Description

Live and Let Die is the collection of 3 hard climbs left of Eowyn. Look for a long roof about 15' above the ground.

The original line went up just left of Eowyn at a little flake and goes at mid 5.10. Further to the left, the roof can be climbed at its very widest point, which goes at about 5.11b. Another variation climbs the far left side of the roof at a short R-facing corner (5.10c/d). All variations eventually merge to the tree belay on the ledge above. There is a 2nd pitch but I haven't done it and from the information available it doesn't appear very enticing.

All of these make great TR climbs after leading something near-by.

Location

Just left of Eowyn at the long roof. You'll know you're at the base when you reach an area with a bunch of slabby climbs and amazing large pieces of talus for chillin' on.

Protection

Small gear. Ground fall potential exists on all of these variations at several points. A TR can be set up by climbing Eowyn.

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