|Type:||Trad, Sport, 3 pitches, 360'|
|Original:||YDS: 5.11a French: 6c Ewbanks: 22 UIAA: VII+ ZA: 22 British: E3 5c [details]|
|FA:||Tim Snyder, Mike Reardon, Nathan Brown|
|Submitted By:||Mike Reardon on Nov 27, 2011|
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By BruceBurgessNC Burgess
Jan 2, 2013
|The route over all is a great multi-pitch addition to the area. I'd have to say 2nd pitch is the best, more engaging and cerebral. The 3rd pitch is just a clip up on friable edges similar to 7 year itch. I left some fixed gear at the 2nd belay and rapped the route with a single 70m.|
From: Columbia, SC
Dec 15, 2013
|Climbed this one today...i removed some suspect fixed gear at the end of P2. Two double 60m raps get you to the ground.|
From: western NC
Dec 24, 2013
T, thanks for cleaning that nut anchor off the route.
This line was originally Mike and Tim's idea, and they had already done the first pitch when I joined in. I helped out with some of the second pitch and belayed on the 3rd (which I thought was by far the best). Later on we cleaned up the 2nd pitch some more in hopes that it would help, which I guess it did. Glad it's getting some traffic - I honestly thought no one would ever walk that far to climb it.