Type: Trad, 220 ft (67 m), 2 pitches
FA: Greg Hughes and Mike Delaney
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Shared By: Greg Hughes on Jun 8, 2016
Admins: Dom Caron, Ian Lingley, Greg Hughes

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Description

Pleasant movement with excellent rock quality. Some might consider the bottom half of pitch 1 pg but the gear is there and a bolt protects a run out section. After that the gear abounds and the climbing is low fifth class up to a steeper headwall. This is a nice long route that has a lot of variety.

Location

This is the second route on Moe Wall. Only a few feet to the right of I'm Too Drunk For This. Look up and locate a Spruce tree growing out of the wall about 75 feet off the ground. The route climbs a plumb line below the tree but when you reach the tree move around to the left and keep going until you reach a bolted belay. From the belay head up to a pin. From there you can go slightly left or right (harder) to reach the top.

Protection

Single rack to 4". Double up from 1 to 3 inches unless you are ok with run outs. There is a bolt on pitch 1 and a fixed pin on the crux of pitch 2. Bolted anchors. Rap the route.

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