Type: Sport, 125 ft (38 m)
FA: Dave Anderson, Bruce Carson, Doug Taylor, Gabe Webster, Adam Wood
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Shared By: Douglas Taylor on Aug 24, 2020
Admins: Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick, Z Winters

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What is it?

The Sauropod (Long Necked Dinosaurs) Argentinosuarus was the largest living land animal measuring in at 38 meters long, just about as long as this climb.

The climb starts with 15 meters of The Anthropocene but continue on for one long and exhilarating Pitch.  Crimps, knobs and layback rails are your paleontological climbing tools as work your way up the spine of this Patagotitan. Finally merge with the last bolt of Racer X with the attention-demanding runout and onto the shared anchor.

A 70M rope will get the leader back to the Anthropocene/Smilodon anchor.  An 80M rope gets the leader back to the ground.

When and Where?

Go back 93 million years to Cretaceous Era South America, start with The Anthropocene or Simolodon fatalis and continue past the first anchors.

Protection from Theropods

All Your Quick Draws, seriously ALL of them, like 15, plus your anchor.

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