Type: Sport, 55 ft (17 m)
FA: Dru Mack, 2017; Equipped by Scott Curran
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Shared By: Matt Looby on Feb 26, 2018
Admins: Shirtless Mike, DrRockso RRG, Luke Cornejo, Billy Simek

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This route is a really amazing line and great addition to the Deep End. Set off by itself to the left of the main wall, this route is well worth getting on.

Start on a cheater stack in the swamp and head up a couple bolts of steep jugs. This leads to the first bouldery crux that revolves around the only hold in about 6 feet of rock. Finagle an undercling or just go big to get to the break and a decent shake. Climb a couple more moves to gain an iron oxide crimp rail and get ready to huck a dyno to a sloper jug. Make a couple more long moves to get to the anchor.

This bouldery line is primarily two hard and long moves with a rest in between. Enjoy!

The route equipper suggested 13b and the line has only seen a couple ascents, although it seems the grade may be settling more around 13a.

Location Suggest change

Take the normal approach trail for the Deep End but as you're nearing the main wall, look for a trail that heads off to the left. Follow it down into a small ravine and back up. Head downhill a bit and you will see an obvious arete on your right. Tsunami is the line of glue-in bolts just left of the arete.

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6 bolts to anchor

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