Type: Sport, 115 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Snook Chaipornvadee on Nov 1, 2016
Admins: Brian Boyd, Nate Ball

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Harder beginning eases off as you climb. This route is long, flowy with plenty of rest, which makes it a great route for climbers who just lead in the 5.10's.

The route starts up and then traverses left. There's a arete that sticks out mid way that you have to climb over, be sure to bring your rope up and over or you will get stuck and be forced to down climb. At the roof, you may wonder where the bolt is, it is right at the lip of the roof so just climb. Pulling the roof isn't hard and you will still have 4-5 more bolts of awesome easy climbing after.


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Tao Techakanon
Bangkok, TH
Tao Techakanon   Bangkok, TH
Long slings are very helpful on this route to manage rope drag Nov 27, 2016
Joseph DeGaetano
Fayetteville, WV but curren…
Joseph DeGaetano   Fayetteville, WV but curren…
Long, consistent, varied climbing, and a proud defining (corner/tufa system) feature make this a must do for the crag. It is truly one of my favorites on the wall and a great warm up for the harder routes on climber's right. The start is a bit weird and depending on your method can make it feel smooth or a little thrutchy. I climbed the start 4 different ways before I asked a fellow climber what he did up there to smooth out my beta. The start does indeed have flow if you dial in the beta. Sep 2, 2018