Type: Sport, TR, 161 ft (49 m), 2 pitches
FA: Scott Unice Weston Unice. 2009
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Shared By: s phantom on Oct 25, 2019 · Updates
Admins: Andrew Gram, Perin Blanchard, GRK, D Crane

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Pitch 1: Starts on  large edges that thin out as you get to the 7th or 8th bolt. Move to the right to avoid this thin section directly below the P1 anchor. You should be able to just reach bolt #11 and the P1 anchor far to your left from the easier terrain.

Pitch 2: Continue heading up and to your right from the P1 anchor to avoid the small roof on Habib roohi. When you reach the large dihedral/crack use a combination of edges, liebacks, and jamming to reach the top.

If you have two 50+ (or one 100+) meter ropes you can easily set up a toprope. Follow instructions for accessing the top of Mammoth Wall for TR setup approach.

If you don't plan on lowering down back down, you could lead this as a single, LONG pitch with a 60m and your 2nd could just follow on the other end of the rope, then walk off. Alternatively, you could carry/trail a 2nd 60 m line to set up your rappel.

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This is the 22nd bolted line from the left (North) end of Mammoth Wall. It's the third bolted line from the right (South) end.

Protection Suggest change

10 bolts to P1 anchor (Fixe Ring + bolted chain). There is an extra bolt at this anchor to facilitate a single pitch lead.

P2 TR anchor (two rusty, but solid bolted chains + 1 bolt hanger). For TR setup, there's an extra bolt 9' back from the edge next to a bush to protect you while setting up the TR.. The first 11 bolts and both anchors are shared with Habib roohi.


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