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Siberian Express 

YDS: 5.14c French: 8c+ Ewbanks: 34 UIAA: XI- ZA: 35 British: E9 7b

Type:  Sport, 1 pitch, 50'
Original:  YDS: 5.14c French: 8c+ Ewbanks: 34 UIAA: XI- ZA: 35 British: E9 7b [details]
FA: Equipped by Scott Hahn, FFA Mark Anderson, 3/2015
Season: cold conditions
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Submitted By: Scott Hahn on Apr 4, 2009

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Open project - this is the direct start to The Gauntlet. All the moves have been done. It is roughly V10 into V12. A good wingspan is a must or you won't be able to reach the holds. Although there is a red tag on it, it is an open project. I haven't gotten around to taking it off. Get on it and have fun.


This starts just left of The Gauntlet up the face. Then it joins The Gauntlet at the seam.



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Rock Climbing Photo: Nearing the merge point with The Gauntlet.
Nearing the merge point with The Gauntlet.

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By Luke Childers
Aug 13, 2009

This project looks cool, man!! I might give it a look tomorrow.
By Allen Chaney
May 21, 2013

Sweet holds and movement but seriously seriously hard....
By Monomaniac
From: Morrison, CO
Mar 11, 2015
rating: 5.14c 8c+ 34 XI- 35 E9 7b

I sent this on March 6, 2015. Thanks to Scott for the vision and sweat to create this line. If you like pure power endurance, this is the route for you. If my ascent is the first, then I propose the name "Siberian Express". Self indulgent, tedious details can be found here.
By Jay Samuelson
From: Denver CO
Mar 13, 2015

Nice work, Mark! Tearing through this canyon!

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