Type: Aid, 70 ft (21 m)
FA: Sam Dempsey (solo), August 2018
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Shared By: Sam Dempsey on Sep 4, 2018
Admins: Ryan Sheldon, Drew Nevius, Kevin Diaz

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Starts to the right of Rowins-Andrews, Start up easy climbing to a bush, a stance, and then into direct aid on the small corner that the Rowins-Andrews route drilled past before rejoining it for a few moves. Small tenuous gear leads to a small shaky cam (I thought it was good until it shifted out on me as I moved to the next piece so watch that...) and finally a bomber cam at the top of the arch. You have the potential to deck from ~35 feet up so be careful. After getting good gear continue going right along the shallow horizontal crack to the Yellow Beard anchors.

A note on the name: I had a name picked out for the route prior to starting it but in the middle of the climbing an unforcasted rain storm hit just as I was below the runoff for the slabs above... because of this I couldn't look up to see my next placement and had to just hang there and wait about 20 minutes until it let up to move. The pictures I posted are from a subsequent, fortunately dry, ascent.


Between Rowins-Andrews and Iron Love


Bring a beak or two, a set of KB's, 1-3 LA's, a 1/2" and 5/8" sawn angle, talon hook, a pointed cliffhanger and doubles of cams from the smallest to .5 camalot. Also bring a #1 head and a butterknife in case the fixed head blows.