Type: Trad, Aid, 18 ft
FA: Alex O. and A.J.
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Shared By: alex ostrovsky on Jun 7, 2016
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Climb the shallow seam till you can bust a free move.


Far right of "The Crack" on the power line side of the crag.


Heads, peckers, one .75/.5 offset and a small grapple hook. Bring cinch hangers for the rivet ladder. Maybe bring a pad, the first pecker is in a loose feature.


Matthew Fienup
Ventura, CA
Matthew Fienup   Ventura, CA  
Is this new hardware or the original? Jun 10, 2016
Is all the rest of the metal in this photo stainless steel? The quick links, the chain, the hangers, etc. must be all stainless if the bolts are. Otherwise, by mixing plated steel and stainless steel, the rate of corrosion is significantly increased.

I thought the original comment said "SS bolts" but it is gone now. Jun 13, 2016
Matthew Fienup
Ventura, CA
Matthew Fienup   Ventura, CA  
I don't think I've seen stainless compression bolts before. All of the ones I've replaced have been plated. I guess I've also never seen NEW compression bolts--that seems like an oxymoron. Jun 14, 2016
alex ostrovsky
  5.3 A1+
alex ostrovsky  
  5.3 A1+
Just grabbed my running fork, I'm hiking out now to remove it.

Took both out, the other went flying downhill into a bush. The hunt is on.. Jun 14, 2016