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|Type:||Trad, 100 ft|
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|Shared By:||RyderS Stroud on Dec 21, 2017|
|Admins:||Dan Flynn, Nate Ball|
However, this freedom does not come without red tape. Be ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN to register with the local Keketuohai police, so they are aware of your presence in the area. You need to also sign waivers with the park management.
- To the left of the original start there is a left-leaning, ledgey crack slicing up the black wall. Climb moderate terrain until you are parallel with a hueco-filled crack on your left. Traverse into the crack, as it trends right into a wide, down-facing crack in a bulge and quickly steepens; have your endurance ready because the pitch is hard from here on out.
Turn the first bulge into a second wide pod and follow it to where it suddenly narrows into steep finger locks; the face will turn to bright orange as you make a few pumpy moves to find a marginal rest and go left on some hard, exposed moves (crux #1) to another crack. More steep moves will yield another OK rest where the crack will slice straight up the face. Climb up slightly overhung terrain to where the crack passes a hueco on your left.
Here, make some strenuous, long moves (crux #2) in order to stand and gain a marginal stance. Pass a huge, complex pod feature and follow the skinny crack to a heartbreaker series of moves up around the final bulge to underneath the roof. Gain some small ledges beneath the wide roof crack and build your belay here. Pumpy and full-value. (5.11+, ~30 meters)
From the belay continue on the normal P2 of Siege of the House Lizards