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BETA PHOTO: UniSloper climbs straight up the rope shown in the...
Climbs directly up the steep face then easy angled slab right of Waterchute.
The only interesting part of the climb is at the very start and that is over all too quick.
Climbs the fairly steep slab right of the Waterchute corner.
Bolts and slings on top provide good anchors.
By Drew Hecht
Jul 2, 2011
rating: 5.11c 6c+ 24 VIII- 24 E4 6a
This is a fun route that marked my beginnings as a climber back in 94 with my brother. It's super fun. Edited 10/17/16: Actually, this is easily 11bc. I've been climbing this again lately and this is a full value climb (I live at the base of Mt. Rubidoux). I think most of the descriptions about this climb are wrong and have it too far to the left. This climb starts through a gymnastic bulge at the bottom and proceeds straight up. The "Unisloper" is a right-hand up high to pull your hips over the bulge. After this, the climb is still interesting 5.9 climbing and requires you to pull over the edge 10ish on to a slab where you finish on a no-hands step-up portion of the slab. This is a great short climb and every bit the level of "The Eye" Most the people I see attempt it can't get through the power to balance sequence of the bulge. See my uploaded beta image.