The Whistling Wabash
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Moving out of the dihedral
The "Wabash Line" is a mythical rail line that appears when a hobo needs it most, and can take them anywhere they want to go.... Hopefully to Sendtown.
Start to the left of Road Sister, and nimble your way through a thankfully short chossy section at the start. Check your holds. After that the rock and the climbing both get tremendously better as the wall gets steeper and steeper. A good long huck between big holds guards the final pull over the bulge, and if you are shorter this may be more of a full dyno. However, the jug over the lip is huge and solid. Enjoy the swing, and scamper up beautiful solid rails to the anchor.
Left of Road Sister
7 bolts, 2 bolt fixed biner anchor.
JJ Schlick setting up for the crux...
David on the top out of Whistling Wabash.