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Tumbler 

YDS: 5.11a French: 6c Ewbanks: 22 UIAA: VII+ ZA: 22 British: E3 5c

   
Type:  Sport, 100'
Original:  YDS: 5.11a French: 6c Ewbanks: 22 UIAA: VII+ ZA: 22 British: E3 5c [details]
FA: Scott Ayers, Lara Wilkinson, Aug 2001
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Submitted By: Euan Cameron on Jun 26, 2007

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Making the crux moves on Tumbler, 5.11a

Description 

Easy climbing gains the first bolt on the lip of an overlap.

Climb directly above this past two more bolts until a steep wall below the overlap is reached.

The moves up the wall to the overhang are really good.

Once the overhang is reached traverse right and then make an airy rock over move, to gain good holds above. Make a couple of moves straight up and then traverse back left, shortly before the anchors.

Location 

2nd bolted line from the right.

Protection 

10 bolts, Rappel Bolt and Chain anchor


Photos of Tumbler Slideshow Add Photo
Rock Climbing Photo: Pulling through the overhang at the end of the rig...
Pulling through the overhang at the end of the rig...
Rock Climbing Photo: Making the exposed clip above the overhang on Tumb...
Making the exposed clip above the overhang on Tumb...

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By nkane
Oct 11, 2016

I think this would be a tough onsite for the grade (I hung). The moves aren't terribly hard but the micro-routefinding is baffling.
By Euan Cameron
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From: Redlands and Mammoth Lakes
Oct 11, 2016

I agree it's a great route because it isn't a straight up. The weakest line goes easily enough at the grade, but the trick is finding it...