|Type:||Sport, 1 pitch, 70'|
|Original:||YDS: 5.12a French: 7a+ Ewbanks: 25 UIAA: VIII+ ZA: 25 British: E5 6a [details]|
|Submitted By:||Monomaniac on Mar 20, 2007|
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From: Morrison, CO
Mar 20, 2007
I gave this one 3 stars because 1) the holds were covered with dirt when I did it (due to neglect), and 2) it just wasn't that fun. It was super challenging, and I felt great about my effort when I finished, but unlike Try to Be Hip, I didn't enjoy much of the movement while I was actually doing it. Also, the route seemed to bolted either for a 6'4" climber, or for a pre-hung draws, as nearly every bolt was about 6" too far to clip from the obvious stance.
Otherwise the rock was stellar.
This one seems to me to be the hardest of the bolted 12a's on the west side (compared to TTBH, WT, FCP).
Apr 21, 2015
|This one is getting some attention currently - it seems to be in a drip line so unless people continually get on it, it will get dirty again. I agree with it being in the range of the hardest of the 12a's down there as the crux is cryptic and hard (any have beta?). Once the beta is sussed - not to shabby!|
By Max Tepfer
From: Bend, OR
May 30, 2016
|This one's probably closer to bouldery 12b. It's got 2-3 powerful sequences interspersed with good rest followed by one really angry move. After that there are still some more punchy sequences to get to the chains. You can pretty much always stop and get it back, but the movement is overall much more sustained and powerful than the various other routes of the grade.|