|Type:||Sport, 1 pitch, 80'|
|Original:||YDS: 5.11c French: 6c+ Ewbanks: 24 UIAA: VIII- ZA: 24 British: E4 6a [details]|
|FA:||Chris Beh, Paul Glover, Matt Samet, Owen Silver|
|Season:||Spring, Summer, Fall|
|Submitted By:||Chris Beh on Apr 9, 2013|
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Apr 27, 2013
|Found a draw on this route today (4/27/13). PM me to describe it and I'll get it back to you.|
By Dean Cool
From: Boulder, CO
Apr 29, 2013
|Best to downclimb and lower off the last bolt before the chains or rap off when cleaning the route. It's a little sharp, and there is some rope drag at the top.|
By Mark E Dixon
From: Sprezzatura, Someday
Sep 15, 2015
Only 7 bolts plus something for the anchors.
A nice warm-up, worth doing.
Still a few loose holds, especially at the horizontal just before the crux, but they are avoidable.
Cleaning by lowering off the anchors didn't seem excessively abrasive to me. Maybe the anchors have been moved?
From: Westminster, CO
Mar 5, 2017
|I'm not sure why the FA decided to put a bolt in the initial slab. It's the same ledge system that everything left and right of Undertow are on, and Undertow has a harder scramble with no protection. While I appreciate new routes, putting up random bolts in a 5.0 slab is not only a waste of a perfectly good bolt but an eyesore as well.|
By Chris Beh
Mar 10, 2017
|Jarthur, the first bolt was put there to make to pitch safe, especially for less experienced climbers. Since one is roped up and leading, I kind of like having a bolt there, myself, just to be safe. That bolt was approved with the full consideration of the Fixed Hardware Review Committee. BTW, if you are scrambling straight up to Undertow, it is much easier to walk uphill and scramble up at the same place for SFS and then back across the ledge. I used to bring my dog up to Undertow that way.|