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Type: Sport, 100 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Tim Heid on Mar 16, 2017
Admins: Jason Halladay

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Description

Don't miss this classic if you hit this crag!

Start up on a high ledge just left of a small tree. Head up easy terrain to set up underneath a perfectly protected roof. Bust some moves up an over the roof (easier on the left). Have a blast climbing up super sequences and great holds for about 30'. As the angel eases back a bit, wonder where all the big jugs went and change your mindset to tricky slab. Fire the moves, which end up being loads of fun to another rest. Don't let your mind wander for too long; the angle steepens and a fun crack shows up. Get funky with it and keep it together to the anchors.

Location

Right side of the crag where the limestone turns to more conglomerate (but still mega bomber rock). Kundalini starts up on a high terrace ledge just next to a smallish tree (some belayer shade possible).

Protection

bolts. 2 bolt anchor with ring.

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Tim Heid
AZ
  5.10+
Tim Heid   AZ
  5.10+
One of my favorites at the crag; a must do. The slab moves are tricky if there's no chalk, but the sequence is super fun once figured out! Mar 16, 2017

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