Type: TR, 40 ft
FA: FTR: Erol Altay FL: Eggert
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Shared By: Erol Altay on Jul 25, 2016
Admins: Burton Lindquist, Doug Hemken, James Schroeder, chris tregge

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The line goes up right of Barn Door from the ground. The moves directly up the thin crack through the mid section require a couple of open handed slaps and a grab in the crack on the left corner. Pinch a right hand divot and pop for the big ledge then make a not insignificant mantel to stand up and cop a rest. After this the top is a surprising moderate thin layback flake and move to catch the top. Be sure to finish the last mantel move to work your shoulders completely.


The thin crack and face above directly right of Barn Door. Using the left corner keeps the difficulty consistent. The line could probably go without the corner and would be about 12a for one move.


Top rope.


Erol Altay
Erol Altay  
This goes along the rope line shown in the beta photo. The lower part uses the crack to the right of the rope and side pulls on the left (corner right of "Barn Door"). The upper part is easier than it looks, but the mantel at the top makes up for it. I used the incut on the corner which is shared with "Barn Door", which makes it overall about 10c/d. Hard to say about getting rid of the shared hold. It was 86F today with 90% RH and started raining as we left. So it may be different when not greasy. I call this route "SLUGGO". Jul 23, 2016
chris tregge
  5.11a R
chris tregge   Beersconsin  
  5.11a R
Beware blowing the crux sequence or especially just above it on lead will still deposit you on the ledge, see photo. Nice addition by Erol. Sep 6, 2016