Type: Trad, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: Alternate start: David Draper January '06, second pitch: RR May '85
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Shared By: Andrew Richardson on Apr 30, 2023
Admins: Stonyman Killough, Luke Cornejo, saxfiend

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A variation on The Terminator, which officially starts another 20 feet to the right and features some hard-to-protect and questionable rock that guards the good stuff. Unlike Terminator, this climb can easily be done in a single pitch.

Climb straight up the slot through blocky overhang and trend right over the small roof (5.10 or so). Continue up through a few no-hands stances until getting to the base of a steep corner crack on beautiful orange stone: this is the business, as well as the second pitch of Terminator. Trickily jam and boulder through these corner moves until presented with a final roof crux, which guards the chains.

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Near the end of the wall, passed Bosom and before Terminator's original first pitch

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Standard rack. A #3 protects the initial entrance to the corner crack lower crux

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