Type: Sport, 40 ft (12 m)
FA: (Linkup) Alex McIntyre, August 2020
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Shared By: Alex McIntyre on Aug 14, 2020
Admins: Mike Snyder, Taylor Spiegelberg, Jake Dickerson

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This is a new linkup between Rodeo Active and Rodeo Free Europe. Begin with the brutal crux of Rodeo Active, climbing to the third bolt (a double draw helps here for rope drag). Instead of continuing toward the chains through the easier but balancy climbing above on Rodeo Active, engage another crux moving straight left into the sika jug and second half of the crux on Rodeo Free Europe and finish on that line. 

A little harder than Rodeo Active with the addition of the link boulder, this could be upper-end 13d or on the lower end of 14a. 

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Starts on Rodeo Active, the farthest-right straight up line on the Rodeo Wave (and the only line currently without fixed draws), clipping the first three bolts before moving left into Rodeo Free Europe.

Protection Suggest change

Bolts. Quickdraws are needed for the first 3 bolts and a double draw is helpful on the third bolt to minimize rope drag.

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