Type: Trad, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: Stuart Chapin, Kirk Brode, Cody Averbeck '04
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Shared By: Andrew Richardson on Mar 16, 2024 · Updates
Admins: Stonyman Killough, Luke Cornejo, saxfiend

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T-Wall doesn't have a lot of straight 5.12 trad climbs. If you're chasing a step up from Mrs. Socrates but aren't ready to tackle the Triple Crown, this may be the perfect middle ground!

It's protectable, fortunately, but the start might just be the hardest part: boulder away! Climb up the dihedral and power through the small roof onto the face. Make a couple moves and clip the single bolt, then look above at the crux waiting for you. Savor cranking through the satellite dish and finger crack roof, an amazing feature that climbs really well. The roof deposits you into a steep dihedral still split by a finger crack: sprint for the tiny ledge!

After resting up, strap on the dancing shoes for some fun vertical movement and follow the cleanest rock to the chains.

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Way right, just beyond BGP

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Standard rack, one bolt, bolted anchors

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