Type: Trad, 50 ft (15 m)
FA: FA Ron Dedinas, Monique Dedinas
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Shared By: Adam Wood on Jan 4, 2019
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick, Z Winters

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Description

Left of "Eso No Se Hace (It just isn't done)" This climb begins either as a semi difficult series of face moves traversing left or better yet as a bold, bouldery semi-unforgiving direct start layback to a thank god bolt. Either way it is 11- and the climb eases in difficulty from this point as you enter a killer 5.8ish hand crack finishing the last 40 feet to the top. This climb was ressurected from the forrest and fern gods this fall 2018. It likely hadn't seen ascents since the first gulf war. It has been rebolted and sports its own set of brand new SS ASCA donated anchors. 

Location

This climb is third from the left on Shady Lane West. You will know it as a single bolt protected boulder problem leading into a hand size splitter. keep it clean. 

Protection

1 quick draw and a few hand sized cams.

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