Type: Trad, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: Matthew Santisi, Tatiana Santisi, Nick Ricciuti 8/28/20
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Shared By: M Santisi on Aug 28, 2020
Admins: Jim Lawyer, Morgan Patterson

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Description

Inspiration for the name: The Big Lebowski

Start in the shallow right facing at a small pedestal of rock.  Make some face moves up to a jug and the first bolt.  Gain the large right facing corner (crux 1).  Follow the right facing corner past a bolt and then a piton.  Make a stand up move (crux 2) and reach a bolt.  Follow the corner up to a slab.  Gain the slab (crux 3).  Follow the slab up to another bolt.  Once above the slab clip the final bolt and move out left through roofs (crux 4) with incredible exposure and great movement to the bolted anchor.

Variation: At the last part of the roof at an alcove instead of going straight up move to the right of a tight seam on to a beautiful shield of rock.  Make tough face and layback moves to gain the anchor ledge. Contrived but great climbing.  10c/d.

Location

35 feet to the right of Once Upon a Climb in the Northeast

Protection

Stopped, Double cams to 1 inch, 5 bolts, 1 piton, bolted anchor

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