Type: Trad, Aid, 60 ft (18 m)
FA: Ben Maxfield, Solo. 2017
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Shared By: Ryan DeLena on Sep 6, 2022
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, Lee Hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan S, Robert Hall

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This is essentially a direct start to Bobcat Junior/End of The Tether. It pulls through the wild horizontal roof on great gear, with a spicy start to keep it from being a gimmie. This all stays completely dry in the rain, so this and razor crack make a fun outing on a day of torrential downpour.

Start at the base of the roof. Stem between a boulder and the wall, and place a cliffhanger hook on a big crimp below a seem. Test it, then stand up to where you can get the first drilled bathook. This was hidden in some dust when I did it, so is you can’t it, look around. You don’t have to stand high for it. A second bat hook move gives way to a very thin seem. If you’re tall and very comfortable, you could probably stand up to the next bathook. I found success by nailing 2 very thin beaks in the seem, and equalizing them to help me get it.  Move through some fixed gear to a shiny, new rivet with a hanger on it.

Clip it with relief, then begin placing bomber cams out the roof, eventually you reach a fixed nut, marking the jump start of End of The Tether. Aid this, or aid up bolt to bolt on Bobcat Junior (less drag) to the anchor. 

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Behind the boulder that you stand up on to start End of The Tether/Bobcat Junior. Look for the shiny rivet/hanger at the base of the roof crack.

Protection Suggest change

2 bat hooks, small beaks, cliff hanger hook, sky hook, cams to 0.75, nuts, draws, and some slings if you choose to equalize like I did.

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