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|Type:||Sport, 115 ft (35 m)|
|FA:||Tony Sartin, Jack Marshall & Cecilia Hernandez, March 2021|
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Indeed, the route borders the fence between Richard Alatorre Park and the private property north of the fence. Borderline climbs the steep knobby face adjacent to the fence with the Beware of Dog sign. Boulder up the steep face and past thirteen black camouflaged Sentinel hangers to an anchor equipped with large Mussy Hooks. While you may encounter some loose holds Borderline is remarkably solid with copious stellar knobs. Careful not to entangle your rope in the tree limbs when pulling the rope. Moving to the south to pull the rope may reduce the likelihood of a snag.
Borderline is the leftmost route on the wall. Begin just right of the fence under the line of black bolt hangers.