Type: Sport
FA: Unknown, first recorded ascent: Mark Smith (2011-2012)
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Shared By: sourisse on Jun 13, 2017
Admins: Dave Rone

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An amazing mix of technical footwork and powerful, fingery climbing on a slightly overhanging wall. Boulder up to the "horn of Africa" feature and then head leftwards onto the face. Making your way up to the tooth on the prominent bulge will require precise footwork and strong fingers. A surprisingly good hold after gives you a chance to catch your breath and muster some power for the finish.

Like some of the other routes at Devil's Glen, this was originally bolted (very spaciously) by an unknown climber before the modern discovery of the crag.


The second route to the right of the dirty squeeze chimney at the left of the Sun Worshipper Wall. Identifiable by a flattened hanger near the base.


8 bolts + 2 glue-ins as anchors.


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