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BETA PHOTO: Start of climb as seen from the trail. Blue rope i...
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This climb is great for the grade and pulls a fun bulge/roof on huge jugs with great feet. The roof isn't even the crux, it's a rewarding treat at the end of the climb. It is longer than the 5.8 that is two climbs over, and gives a better warm-up. Brown bolts/hangers.
Look for the brown bolts/hangers. Starts about 15-20 feet after the trail gets to the wall and is the first climb where the belay is basically ON the trail. Currently (as of Jan 2014) the third route from the right.
12 Bolts (brown) to carabiner anchors.
By Abby S.
Oct 3, 2015
This is route "J" from the topo.
By Eric Sophiea
Oct 19, 2015
If you're referring to the "Homestead Supplement" by Louie Anderson 2007 and supplemented by John Hinrichson in 2013, then yes, I believe that is correct, Abby. The first ascensionist asked me explicitly not to give these routes any moniker that might be construed as a name. I thought lettering them had that potential, so I didn't reference it to the Topo with the letter. I guess that probably would have been fine, though.