Type: Sport, 140 ft (42 m)
FA: Bob Siegrist, September 15, 2019
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Shared By: Bob Siegrist on Sep 16, 2019
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac, Tyler KC

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Access Issue: Area Closure ended but timed entry permits are REQUIRED Details


Disruption climbs Direct Hit to its anchors and then continues up and left to join the end of Rouge Element below the final roof on that climb. Climbing to the anchors on Rouge Element yields a 140 foot long climb to reach the top of Half & Half Crag. With a 60m rope ,there are at least two options to climbing Disruption: 1) the leader can belay at the top of Half & Half, and after the 2nd reaches the top, they can both walk off to the south and west or 2) the leader can thread the rings and the belayer can lower him/her to the anchors on Direct Hit, the leader can clip in direct there, pull the rope, retie in, and then lower from the anchors on Direct Hit  to the base of the climb.


Disruption is a linkup that connects the entire length of Direct Hit with the final bolted section of Rouge Element.


The route is protected with 20 bolts (14 bolts plus 1 of the anchor bolts on Direct Hit (note: use a long draw or sling with bikers to clip one of the anchor bolts to minimize rope drag), 1 bolt for the linkup section, and 4 bolts on Rouge Element). At the end of the climb, there is a 2-bolt anchor with descending rings located at the top of Rouge Element.