Type: Sport, 60 ft (18 m)
FA: Matt Lloyd. Bolted by: Matt Lloyd and Andrew Smiser
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Shared By: Matthew Lloyd on Feb 15, 2018 · Updates
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac, Tyler KC

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This climb is fucking awesome, dynamic and powerful. It has an easy approach and good warm-ups nearby.

Climb the obvious and gnarly looking roof that's visible from the road. The meat is basically a boulder problem starting at the base of the roof and finishing with 2 large moves just above the arete. It is maybe 12 moves long.

The grade is approximate. The moves are big and dynamic and harder than they appear at first glance.

Avoid climbing this route after a large rain, as it seeps a bit, and thus it could be prone to breakage (although everything is clean and solid when it's dry).

The first bolt it high, so be careful. Please don't leave any fixed hardware on this route (leaving draws on it while projecting is fine of course). When you're done with it, take it all with you. It's an eyesore, and like The Price for Fire, it bakes in the sun, so things get tattered quick.

Location Suggest change

This is about 50 yards left of the Nautilus Cave. Consult the photo for more precise information.

Protection Suggest change

5 quickdraws and 2 for the chains. Be prepared to solo 5.6 to the first bolt.

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