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M2 T 
Pis-Aller S 
Plan C T 
Ruckus T 
Wendy's Splitter T 



Type:  Sport, Mixed, Alpine, 1 pitch, 65'
Original: M6-7 [details]
FA: Jason Antin, Wade Morris 1/17
New Route: Yes
Season: Year Round
Page Views: 310
Submitted By: Jason Antin on Jan 17, 2016

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Jay Karst at M3 crag and taking some laps on Pis-A...


This CCC mixed line is shaping up to be the best and most difficult route at the M3 Crag.

This is a beta-intensive route following a series of cracks, pockets, and ledges to a slab intersecting a final short and sweet headwall. A creative eye and good footwork will grant you safe passage to the top.


Locate Pis-Aller by making your way up to the 2nd Tier above the Ruckus Wall. Pis-Aller is located immediately to the right of the obvious, right-facing corner and splitter crack (aka "Wendy's Splitter").

To access the M3 2nd tier, hike up the gully following climber's right. Once you pass the Ruckus Wall, look for a series of right-facing corners on the tier above Ruckus.


8 bolts to a 2-bolt anchor.

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Rock Climbing Photo: Wade Morris on the fun opening moves of Pis-Aller.
Wade Morris on the fun opening moves of Pis-Aller.
Rock Climbing Photo: Me having fun working the moves on Pis-Aller.
Me having fun working the moves on Pis-Aller.

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