Type: Trad, 50 ft
FA: Derek Field (Jan 2017)
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Shared By: Derek Field on Apr 19, 2017
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T Runt is a stout line on a twin crack system splitting a clean overhanging face on the lower part of Genetic Wall. Though short, its got a variety of moves and is a worthy challenge at the grade. The "R" rating here indicates bouldery moves on very thin gear.

The name comes partly from the observation that the twin cracks outline the shape of a cartoon dinosaur, not unlike the shape of T Rex Spire in West Sedona.

Easiest way to start is by bouldering up to the right of the twin cracks and swinging left on the obvious triangle-shaped block. (Direct start is more true to the grade, but tricky to protect). Punch it through the steep twin cracks (crux). At the big ledge/alcove, step out right to follow an easy fist-offwidth crack on the varnished arête. There's a two-bolt chain anchor where the slab rolls over.


Obvious twin crack system splitting the lower right side of Genetic Wall.


Single rack from teeny tiny up to #3 camalot.