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Wall, The TR 5.6 4c 14 V 12 S 4b
Type: TR, 120 ft
FA: Christina Fate
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Shared By: Michael Richichi on May 10, 2016
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Description

The crux is just below the D.

Beta spray: "One leg push!"

Location

On the RAV4 HYBRID billboard.

Protection

Top rope with quickdraws for directionals.

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It was an amazing experience, I'm so glad I did it!

This route will clean up nicely! still a bit chossy for now, check hands and feet before fully weighting.

Other than that sit back in your harness, weight that TR, and enjoy climbing for the reason we all got into it: Recognition! May 18, 2016
Nick Spitznagle
Denver, Co
Nick Spitznagle   Denver, Co
Approach beta? Looks like there could be some fifth class scaffolding to get past May 18, 2016
Ryan M Moore
Philadelphia, PA
 
Ryan M Moore   Philadelphia, PA
 
I'm glad to see this route has gotten the recognition it deserves by being one of the top 20 classic climbs on mountain project. Worth the trip even though there are no comparable routes anywhere nearby except maybe the purple route at Brooklyn boulders. May 30, 2016
Keenan Burkley
Salt Lake City
Keenan Burkley   Salt Lake City
After weeks of training, she should got the TRonsight. Oh well, the glory of the ffa will go too someone else. May 21, 2016
The one leg push is critical at the crux May 19, 2016
lisa.r
davis, CA
lisa.r   davis, CA
I couldn't help but notice those anchor biners were not opposite and opposed...Toyota, tsk tsk. May 18, 2016
Christian Lanley
California
Christian Lanley   California
GET ON THIS WHILE YOU CAN. You won't find this quality plastic anywhere else without having to shell out 75$ a month at your nearest gym...and even then you won't have the luxury of toprope directionals. Only downside is the crowds of tourists spraying unwanted beta from below. May 18, 2016
Eric Christian Catig
Los Angeles, CA
 
Eric Christian Catig   Los Angeles, CA
 
Such an awesome and challenging route. The rock quality is amazing. 72 DPI printed sandstone on outdoor poster paper really brings out the exposure on the route. May 18, 2016
crackatoa Spiesbach
Boulder,Co
crackatoa Spiesbach   Boulder,Co
The crux is always just below the D May 18, 2016
Creed Archibald
Salt Lake City, UT
  5.6 R
Creed Archibald   Salt Lake City, UT
  5.6 R
Spencer - Don't worry about the number of draws. Your lead climber / videographer can hang them for you. But remember: This is serious. "No one has ever done this before." May 14, 2016
How many quickdraws do I need, Topo doesnt show the bolts? May 12, 2016
Valerie Bachinsky
West Sand Lake, NY
Valerie Bachinsky   West Sand Lake, NY
Sooooo...how did they get the rope get up there? May 11, 2016
Creed Archibald
Salt Lake City, UT
  5.6 R
Creed Archibald   Salt Lake City, UT
  5.6 R
I went ahead and rated this 5.6R because after you unclip those TR directionals, there is some pretty serious swing potential. May 10, 2016
Michael Richichi
Monterrey, Nuevo Leon
 
Michael Richichi   Monterrey, Nuevo Leon
 
After FAing this route, and much to Toyota's dismay, Christina got so hooked on climbing that she bought a Subaru. Again, to Toyota's dismay, her fiancé Ryan Millen was so impressed with her new car that he too bought a Subaru so he could become a real rally car driver. May 10, 2016