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Shared By: Graham O. on Aug 16, 2017
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Access Issue: Permit need to climb in Cape Nature Areas Details

Description

A very fun overhanging roof. Start on the right side of the arch with a big jug rail. Make a big move to a hollow flake in the roof and match. Stick the jug on the left side of the arch without dabbing (crux) and move straight up on massive jugs. A very unique problem with cool moves that is unfortunately marred by the poor rock quality in the roof and the problem's proximity to the ground.

Location

The obvious arch at about 10:00 if your back is to Mary's Roof.

Protection

One pad, if that. In fact, it is so low to the ground that some people can't have any pads under them or else they will dab at the crux.

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Andy Riley
Yangon, MM
  V5
Andy Riley   Yangon, MM  
  V5
Roof is on Fire is 6c in the rocklands guide by Scott Noy, and according to the grade conversion in the guidebook 6c = V5 Jun 15, 2018
Graham O.
  V3
Graham O.  
  V3
Andy Riley: from what I gathered, 6c clocks in at v3/v4 ish. This was just my personal opinion on the grade from when I did it. Jun 24, 2018

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