Type: Trad, 60 ft (18 m)
FA: Greg Collins
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Shared By: Gummy F on Apr 16, 2018
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Access Issue: PARKING ALONG HIGHWAY 19 Details


This beautiful white dihedral features some super difficult and tricky stemming. Start the route about 50 feet to the right, making an easy scramble to reach the obvious dihedral. Hard moves start coming at you quickly; don't get tunnel vision in the corner! The crux involves getting to an obvious flake below a fixed nut, with a few more hard moves underneath a roof. A redpoint crux getting over the last bulge leads you to those Meadow River top-layer jugs that you know and love.


This is the furthest route on the 'Cat section' of Toxic Hueco. The route is an unmistakable dihedral above a ten foot high roof.


A LOT of small TCUs, nothing bigger than a .5 Camalot. There is a fixed nut beneath the roof and bolt anchors to lower.