Type: Trad, 200 ft (61 m), 2 pitches
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Pinche Gringo on Sep 12, 2019
Admins: Ky Bishop, Aaron Parlier, Steve Lineberry

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P1 - 5.10

Climb up past a couple flakes to an obvious undercling flake below the first bolt.  Climb up towards the groove above passing two more bolts and gear. Clip a bolt above and pull the short but tricky crux to get established in the groove above the overlap. A small cam that is roughly a purple/blue TCU size is crucial to protect above the crux. From here climb up the groove passing two more bolts and gear to the anchor station.

-6 bolts and gear

P2 - 5.8

Climb up with gear in a slightly hollow flake on the left side of the groove. Clip a bolt after the 5.8 crux then run it out a little up an ever-easing groove to a bomber #3 C4 placement in the groove. From here run it out a little to another small cam that is roughly a purple TCU size. Run it out from here a bit more passing another bolt then up to a shared anchor station with the route to the right.

-2 bolts and gear

*After finishing Parabola, I was able to see a lot of details of this line that can't be seen from the ground.  I came back later and established this on lead knowing mostly what to expect.  Since this is Big Green, I wanted to clarify that while not ground up, this was established on lead.*

-Small cams crucial on this route.

-A single 60m will get you down with two raps but the pitches are exactly 30m so KNOT YOUR ENDS.

-Chains are on theP2 anchor to help add a little to the rope length (I plan on coming backing and swapping the plated steel chain and quicklinks with stainless)


Located roughly 500ft climber's right after passing Panthertown Knobs. 


Rack up to #3 C4 w/ small cams crucial. Read Description