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Liebacking through the awkward crux of Appian Way.
Appian Way has been described as a "cheap 5.12", as the crux of this route is before the first bolt and can be "toproped" as a part of the lead by stick-clipping the first bolt. The crux involves a series of strenuous overhung layback moves, moving through 3 separate "layback formations" before reaching easier ground. Knob and pocket moves in the 5.10 range finish the route but may feel harder than this if you have a pump from the crux moves.
The first bolt line right of Honey Pot
and just right of the crack line No Picnic. Starts immediately in a bulge overhang.
Bolts (aprox. 6) and Rap Anchors.
By Bryson Slothower
Apr 18, 2006
?? first bolt line right of Teddy Bear is Honey Pot ??
By David Tvedt
Apr 19, 2006
Thanks for catching that. It's corrected now.