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Just right of Go a Hundred, start on big lefthand flake then up smaller sidepulls and edges to good rest before smooth midsection wall. Bouldery moves to a weird "hole" then even more difficult moves to big rest hole. Straight up decent holds to exciting slabby topout finish. Classic climb on good rock!
the rock that says "Ambushed" left of You Are What You Is
By Cowboy Roy
From: SLC, UT
Jan 30, 2014
gotta be the best 13a in red rocks straight classic, burly yet intricate and delicate