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Zombie Woof 

YDS: 5.12b French: 7b Ewbanks: 26 UIAA: VIII+ ZA: 26 British: E5 6b

   
Type:  Trad, 1 pitch, 45'
Original:  YDS: 5.12b French: 7b Ewbanks: 26 UIAA: VIII+ ZA: 26 British: E5 6b [details]
FA: (TR) John Bachar, January 1980, FL: Jerry Moffat 1983
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Submitted By: Russ Walling on Dec 11, 2006

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Description 

This is the obvious thin roof crack up the middle of the formation. The main business is a very thin finger crack and hard moves to a lip encounter. The crack opens to hands after pulling the lip. For a few very hard moves under a roof, this one is hard to beat.

Location 

Can't miss this one if you get to the Zombie Woof formation.

Protection 

Thin to none under the roof. To 3" above the roof. Top rope from medium cams on the summit. You can ascend an easy crack on the south west face to gain the summit (5.8?)


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Rock Climbing Photo: "Zombie Woof". Photo by Blitzo.
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By Russ Walling
From: www.FishProducts.com
Dec 11, 2006

This route was the location one of the great collapses in my rock climbing history. I got around the lip and was standing above the roof. I had an awkward hand jam that was starting to give me a gobie.... so I jumped off, figuring I would just do it next try since the moves didn't seem that bad. Been thinking about getting back to that spot for 20 years now.....

The moves under the roof are tough and I've seen a few really good climbers never even get going. The initial jams are real shallow and hard to get good enough to start levering out with. As I recall, the lip jam is pretty sinker for fingers.
By Jay Knower
Administrator
From: Campton, NH
Feb 13, 2007

Has anyone led this? What's the gear like under the roof? Would it hold a fall?
By C Miller
Administrator
From: CA
Feb 13, 2007

Jerry Moffat led it in 1983. The gear now must surely be better, so send!

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