Fear of Flailing
5.7 YDS 5a French 15 Ewbanks V+ UIAA 13 ZA MVS 4b British
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|Type:||Trad, 90 ft (27 m)|
|FA:||Chris Clarke and Troy Philips, 2020|
|Page Views:||456 total · 14/month|
|Shared By:||Andy Weinmann on Jul 27, 2020|
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Start about 10 right of the obvious right-facing corner of Fear of Flying. You may want to belay at about the same spot as Fear of Flying due to the terrain.
Climb the face past a tree (helpful for the high-step) and head towards the first bolt on fairly big holds. You can get a good small stopper placement before the bolt. Continue up the corner past another bolt and gear placements to a nice, well-protected layback on the exposed arete that ends at a ledge below a short headwall. Clip the bolt and sort out the technical, cruxy face. Pass the last bolt on easy ground and then head to the anchors.
A single 60m will get you down.
On Southern Pillar's Right Tier, up the rope line. This is the first route you'll come to with the obvious, big, right-facing corner of Fear of Flying to the left.