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Rigid Designator Amphitheatre
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Hurt Locker 

M8

   
Type:  Sport, Mixed, 1 pitch, 40'
Original: M8 [details]
FA: Rob Griz, Eric Malmgren
New Route: Yes
Season: year round
Page Views: 616
Submitted By: Rob Griz on Apr 22, 2011

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Killer layback.

Description 

This is a new line on the far West (right) side. 4 bolts to a 2-ring anchor. The route begins in a crack below the bolt and works through 2 roofs to a steep fac finish. A variety of techniques are helpful, from laybacks to Stein pulls and some fancy footwork. This is short but powerful, it's sure to deliver a quality pump.

Location 

This is the second route in from the arete/corner on the west (right) edge of the Fang Amphitheater.

Protection 

4 bolts (3 fixed draws, please leave the biners) to a 2-ring anchor.


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Rock Climbing Photo: Just another day of Spring-time craggin' in Vail.
Just another day of Spring-time craggin' in Vail.
Rock Climbing Photo: Eric in the jug over the first roof, headed up int...
BETA PHOTO: Eric in the jug over the first roof, headed up int...

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By RobC2
Nov 19, 2016

I just did this one. It's basically a bolted dry-tooling boulder problem. Very nice, takes about 3-4 minutes.