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Its a weird one...
Bolted gritty slab to the right of the Tool Buttress. South facing. The guidebook said it might have been the first bolted route at HCR.
Walk toward the Roman Wall from the Tool Buttress and keep an eye out for a bolted grey slab.
4 bolts, rusty chain anchors
By Jason Hortin
Apr 12, 2016
Great slab climbing on awesome rock! The view from the top is amazing, so don't forget your camera. Interesting climb that requires less strength and more planning/balance.
By Mark Orsag
From: Omaha, NE
May 7, 2016
rating: 5.10a/b 6a+ 19 VI+ 19 E2 5b
By contrast, not a fan. Was really looking forward to getting on this "historical" slab climb, but things didn't go as planned. Definitely an "old school" lichen and grit-slick 9-- the current guide now rates it 10a. One of the more un slab-like slab climbs that I have been on with two kind of bizarre and quite dynamic foot-cutter moves. Got the first but missed the 2nd and took a bit of a "cheese grater." Usually love and cruise slabs in the 9-10 range onsight, but this one bit me (so did the swarming black flies at the wooded base of the route). Anchors are dodgy, but the rock and the climbing at the top have some appeal.