Type: Trad, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: Nate Sydnor, Ed Oak, Gaar Lausman and Jordan Hill
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Shared By: Nate Sydnor on Jun 11, 2019
Admins: slim, Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, GRK, D C

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This route is a logical ending to Pounding The Frog Direct. We came up with all sorts of funny stories about why that route ended up veering directly right into Visible Panty Line, and I would love to know if anyone has the actual info. The new terrain takes you up one of the last prominent unclimbed features at Wall Street.

You start off on PTFD, busting the boulder problem then voyaging straight up after the three pitons. Fun and engaging climbing past three well-spaced bolts brings you all the way up the prow and into Best Route Ever where you'll finish on the final corner of that route. Some of the holds may need to be approached lightly but anyone who knowingly voyages up this thing should understand how to proceed accordingly.

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On the prow just left of Visible Panty Line. Start on PTFD and go straight up

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I used a crash pad for the beginning because the moves getting to the first piton are likely the hardest of the whole route. There are 3 original drilled angles, 3 new protection bolts, then one final bolt of BRE and some fingers/tips/tiny gear for the end. The route will likely take every bit of a 60m rope so tie a knot in the end.

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