Type: TR, 30 ft
FA: unknown
Page Views: 128 total · 7/month
Shared By: Grant Eaton on May 17, 2017
Admins: Courtney Curtner

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Description

"The tallest battlement has three faces, the left, the middle and the right. Traditionally, its been said these climbs are roughly 5.10, 5.12, and 5.11, accordingly. The right most starts about chest high and moves straight up, utilizing crimps that get smaller the higher you get. Nail the dead point to the finger jug and keep it together for the top out. Should be top roped, but its often highballed by those who have it wired."
-keasbeynights22 (www.rockclimbing.com, 2010)

Location

The right face (only!) of the left-most battlement.

Protection

2 pads/ TR

Description

"The tallest battlement has three faces, the left, the middle and the right. Traditionally, its been said these climbs are roughly 5.10, 5.12, and 5.11, accordingly. The right most starts about chest high and moves straight up, utilizing crimps that get smaller the higher you get. Nail the dead point to the finger jug and keep it together for the top out. Should be top roped, but its often highballed by those who have it wired."
-keasbeynights22 (www.rockclimbing.com, 2010)

Location

The right face (only!) of the left-most battlement.

Protection

2 pads/ TR

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