Prisoner of My Own Subconscious
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Start off smooth in a small, tight corner; climb past edges and a few big holds onto a clean and shallow face. The climbing increasingly steepens until the crux at about the 3/4's mark, hold on while you figure out the moves and stay strong for the redpoint crux at a roof before the anchors.
Your fortune cookie reads: Hang on tight and climb fast, quick thinking at the crux will get you through. Success comes when you keep your mind and eyes busy, don't become a prisoner of your own subconscious. Lucky numbers 5, 10, and D
The fourth route in from the right, Prisoner of My Own Subconscious climbs the most significant dihedral/corner one route left of the biggest roof.
|Comments on Prisoner of My Own Subconscious
By Landon McBrayer
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Jun 27, 2012
Contra the description, there are no bolts on this climb.
By Stan Pitcher
From: SLC, UT
Aug 19, 2016
Except for the two anchor bolts with chains at the top. Cool route, you may want doubles in some of the smaller sizes for it.