Type: Trad, 200 ft, 2 pitches
FA: 10/16/17
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Shared By: applewood on Nov 7, 2017
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick

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Red Tail 5.9- *** (200') M(15b)
Begin 15' right of "Swiftly" (and 15' left of the big gully) and climb directly up to the 2 chain anchors on top. Can be done as one long pitch with a 60m rope straightened out with some long draws, but probably best done as two. Sustained, moderate, interesting climbing on mostly excellent rock with an exciting finish makes for a great adventure.
P1 - 5.9- *** (95') F(10b) - fun, sustained, reachy climbing to the 2 chain anchors with extra bolt at mid-face.
P2 - 5.7 *** (105') M(5b) - after an easy section, above the 3 bolt semi-hanging belay over some hollow flakes, head up and left through the left side of the roof. Several bolts help protect this mostly trad upper pitch (with a wide range of horizontal cam placements from tiny to large).


On the tall wall just left of the large corner system that marks the right edge of The South End of the Mid West Wall.


Mixed - 15 bolts (green hangers) and several pieces of gear (#00 to #3 cams - with doubles of #2), 2 chain anchors at mid level and top.