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Aztek Warrior S 5.11 6c+ 23 VIII- 23 E4 5c
R.I.P. T A2-3
Type: Trad, Aid, 35 ft
FA: Daniel M
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Shared By: Daniel McCormick on Jul 14, 2017
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Nate Ball, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick

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Starts directly right of the Aztek Warrior crack above a piece of graffiti that says RIP. Rivet ladder with 5 rivets to hook moves to the chains. One of the hook moves is rather reachy. Probably A3 if you don't clip the bolts on Aztek Warrior, and A1-2 if you do.


5 rivet ladder. Mix of 1.25in buttonheads, 3/4in machine heads, and 1in SS machine heads. Top rivet is bent and gives way to reachy hooking in "natural" concrete bubbles. Three of the "bubbles" have been enhanced, but its hard to tell from below which ones are the good ones. Good luck!


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Daniel McCormick
San Jose, CA > Bellingham, WA
Daniel McCormick   San Jose, CA > Bellingham, WA
Originally aided solo off ground level belay bolt, without clipping bolts on "Aztek Warrior". Unless you are feeling particularly adventurous, I would recommend clipping the third bolt on "Aztek Warrior" before the hooking starts to avoid that grounder potential. Aug 10, 2017
Jon Nelson
Bellingham, WA
Jon Nelson   Bellingham, WA  
Must be pretty exciting hooking on concrete, and with grounder potential.

It's nice though to have the variety. Jul 21, 2017