Type: Sport, 90 ft (27 m)
FA: Louie Anderson 2018
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Shared By: Xtra Sendsauce on Jul 7, 2021
Admins: Mike Snyder, Taylor Spiegelberg, Jake Dickerson

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Make your way up one super fun move at a time. Don't expect to get up it without using real rock climbing technique. The holds are hard to find on the onsight, as this route is pretty new and does not have any chalk beta, however, every hold is excellent through out the entire route once you find them. Some prefer to climb up the arete towards the top, others prefer staying on the face using pockets and crimps. Give it a try! definitely one to climb in the area if you like vertical technical climbing. Bonus: on a hot day, this route is actually next to an air conditioning crack that drops the temperature easily by 30 degrees. Belayers, bring your jackets!

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One of the first routes you see as you approach the crag. Hard to miss, after making your way up the steep switchbacks that are baking in the sun, you get hit with an amazing air conditioning breeze coming out of a large crack on your right.

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