Type: Sport, 70 ft (21 m), 2 pitches
FA: Clay Frisbie, Chuck Caughlin, Tom Hancock 1994
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Shared By: g hopper on Apr 3, 2018
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A thought provoking two pitch line that follows the jug lined arete up through a massive overhang.
P1 (5.12a): A short pitch that can be approached two ways. The direct start below the jugs is powerful and recommended. Alternatively, starting left of the arete in the shallow dihedral presents an awkward crunchy sequence that traverses right towards the arete. Once on the arete, enjoy a short section of jugs and top out on the ledge at a two bolt anchor. 5 bolts, bolt anchor.

P2 (5.11a): Follow the dihedral upwards past a pin beneath the huge roof. Hand traverse to your right past a bolt and pull the exposed lip protected by the second and last bolt. Follow an easy crack system up and right to a bolt anchor.


From Dead Dog, walk east around the corner and encounter a huge roof. You can find the start  by locating the shallow dihedral below a huge hueco. 


P1: 5 bolts, bolt anchor
P2: SR, 2 bolts, fixed pin, bolt anchor