Type: Sport, 70 ft (21 m)
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Shared By: Reese Stanley on Oct 16, 2020 · Updates
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Add an extra number grade or two if you drink Steel Reserve before sending as it has "high gravity" and that increases the difficulty of the climb.  

This is a linkup of Kneeling Before Power V10 and Zeke's Didge Dance.  You might be asking yourself, why does this exist?  And to that I would respond, why does anything exist? Nothing matters in life, but I'd argue if anything in the universe matters, it is this route.  So if you're lost in the sauce, searching for meaning in life, down on your luck, or just looking to have some fun?  Give this route a shot and I guarantee you'll find what you are looking for.  

But for real, this climb is super cool.  Not many places offer the rare opportunity to climb a double digit boulder into a sport route.  So if you're bouldering V10, you can probably send 10b, which means that even if you have no stamina and no endurance you can still probably do this climb and tick a "hArD sPoRt RoUtE" for your troubles.  

Climb Kneeling with a harness and draws if you're a real boy like Pinocchio.  Speaking of, if you're looking for a part of your body to grow as a result of a climb this is the route for you.  If you send Kneeling and don't do this extension, you're missing out. To those people, and very specifically my friend who didn't do the linkup:  too bad you'll never be rad.


From the campsite go down to the bridge that is too fuckin thin to get your crashpads through while also leaning as much as my the Tower of Pizza (this ain't no Pizza Hut and yes the misspelling was intentional don't come for me), walk through the open meadow while the dog barks at you even though he sees humans every day of his life, then walk into the forests and straight up a hill on a climbers trail up to the base of the cliff.  You'll see a fairly large roof and Kneeling starts in the very back of it.


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