Type: Trad, 50 ft
FA: Doug Reed, Rick Thompson, 1988
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Shared By: Mark Paulson on Nov 5, 2018
Admins: Pnelson, Ladd, Shawn Heath, Vicki Schwantes, Jake Jones

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Bonkers movement on totally unique features, Plyometrics will have you jumping, stretching, and/or generally getting your freak on for five bolts (and one piece) up a diagonally-trending line.  Long moves to good holds get you to the second bolt, where you can rest up, survey the situation, and begin to strategize just how you're gonna make it from pocket to pocket.  Use a giant reach or some technical shenanigans to get to the juggy letterbox after the forth bolt, where you can get a good shake and bomber gear (yellow Metolius/.3ish, orange MC, or both), and where you can plan for the cruxy final moves to good holds and the last bolt of Modern Primitive.  Very fun. This route might prove frustrating for shorter folks.


On the face just past the Party arete when coming from the Fern Ladders, Plyometrics begins just to the left of the Harbinger Scarab column.  Four bolts trend diagonally up and left, finishing on the Modern Primitive chains.


5 bolts, a cam or two, chains.


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