Type: Sport, 60 ft
FA: Kemper Brightman, Luke Bertelsen - 2016
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Shared By: Luke Bertelsen on May 14, 2016
Admins: Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick, Greg Opland

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Following a ramps start this climb follows a broken crack system until it slabs out near the anchors.

With a longer vertical section than it's neighbor to the left, "Spontaneous Conga Line", and just as many giant holds this one is destined to see a lot of traffic.


Just right of "Spontaneous Conga Line"


10 bolts to chain anchors.


Kevin Birgy
Kevin Birgy  
Still some loose stuff that will eventually break off, shouldn't effect the climb too much. Overall it was pretty fun and well protected. Jun 26, 2016
Michael Poston
  5.6 PG13
Michael Poston  
  5.6 PG13
Super easy, super fun, great for beginners looking for a fun first outdoor lead. Better for learning lead than Big Black Deck as it doesn't have a traverse but pretty much goes straight up. Also, less potential to hit anything on a wonky fall. Can reach the anchors for Black Deck from the anchors. If you skip all the jugs becomes a bit more interesting but even that isn't too hard since it is so textured. Dec 3, 2016
Nick Henscheid
Tucson, AZ
Nick Henscheid   Tucson, AZ
Goes 100% on gear, safe & straightforward placements (by Lemmon standards). Standard Lemmon rack to 2, offset nuts were great. Glad the bolts are there too as this is a moderate gem and deserves to be climbed by everyone! Apr 30, 2017
Kemper Brightman
Kemper Brightman   Tucson
I was wondering how long it would be before someone figured out what the name was referencing. Good on you Nick! May 1, 2017
Adrian Montano
Tucson, AZ
Adrian Montano   Tucson, AZ
I want to articulate my thanks to the developers. It was the last day of the year, my little sister & father were running much later than they expected, and arrived in town with barely enough sunlight for me to think I had enough to take them climbing. This was their first technical rock climb at 48 and 13, they both worked hard and wore smiles, getting to the top. It's accessibility is something I never thought I'd take advantage of. Not a lot of rock I trust low on the mountain to take beginners. But thank you, for allowing me that specific opportunity and experience of sharing climbing with them here, on a simple roadside cliff.
Another community member that appreciates what you guys do. Jan 8, 2018