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FA: Jason Haas, 6/2016
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Shared By: Jason Haas on Jun 29, 2020
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I did this after a couple visits four years ago and only left a comment on the page for War Zone. Someone reached out to me about it again, so thought I'd make an independent route submission for it at this point. The name stems from having two small children and still trying to climb. We were fortunate enough to wind up with several families with kids around the same age and the parents are still trying to get after it. The bolts were originally placed by Matt Couppel.

Find a line of low horizontal bolts traversing left to a hanging inset crack just left of War Zone. Pull onto the protrusion, and work your way left with extreme difficulty to access the crack. Continue up the inset crack to a bolted anchor.

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It is immediately left of War Zone.

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3 bolts at the start, gear for the rest, and a bolted anchor.


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