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Routes in Red Oak Cave

Dabalicious V3 6A
Great Escape, The V1 5
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Type: Boulder
FA: unknown
Page Views: 189 total · 13/month
Shared By: Nathan Iwanski on Apr 15, 2017
Admins: Dave Hug

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Description [Suggest Change]

The crux is attempting not to dab. I had to use a lot of heel hooks to accomplish this. The route would be pretty nice if the dirt mounds weren't in the cave. It is a scrunched up route with some awkward moves. Any and all rock inside the cave is on. Route starts further back in the cave, and then follows the same line as The Great Escape. Traverse the side of the cave to the left and out, the rails toward the back of the cave seem to be constantly moist so chalk is nice.

If you are climbing this route, you must be desperate for a climb!

Location [Suggest Change]

Once you enter the cave, there are two small holes/paths towards the back. The route starts on the right of the hole that is on the left.

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A crashpad.

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Super scrunched up positions and damp holds. Jun 3, 2017

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