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Rock Climbing Photo: The south facing "Hyperion Slab" at Texa...
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By Benjamin Chapman
From: Small Town, USA
Feb 21, 2011
Please note: the anchors for Aenea & Endymion are 20 feet higher than indicated on the photo of Hyperion Slab. They are both 10 feet above the small overhang/roof where the photo shows Aenea topping out.
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The south facing "Hyperion Slab" at Texas Canyon is about 200 ft tall. Routes here are rated by their hardest moves. Much of the climbing is in the low 5th class range. All routes are well bolted. On easy ground some run-outs of 30-40 may be needed.

Submitted By: Spider Savage on Jan 6, 2010
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