Avg: 2 from 3 votes
|Type:||TR, 25 ft (8 m)|
|Page Views:||725 total · 28/month|
|Shared By:||Ming on Jul 1, 2020 · Updates|
|Admins:||Joe M, Old Timer, jim.dangle|
Tuesday Dusk has fun climbing on much chunkier rock than the route to its right with a lot of holds. It's trickier than it looks. It has a headwall before the anchors that is very slightly overhung but with good holds.
Slab. Small footholds for the first half. Once you get 2 feet above the lowest horizontal crack, there are much fewer handholds. This is the crux; I had to do a middle split (legs 120 degrees apart) to continue. I did an uncomfortable lock-off to get a foot on a higher hold. Then there is a few good jugs next to one another, but poor feet.
Finish by topping out on the lower of the two ledges (the one to the climber’s left).
I made a video of the route and others (link below). I climbed this route from 6:21 to 11:45, so don’t watch that part if you don’t want spoilers.
Video link: youtube.com/watch?v=ugD2nPd…
Look for red graffiti (“To Amo! Jim”) a few feet above the ground. The starting footholds are about 6 feet right of the graffiti.
It is the route just left of Tuesday Night Second.