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A long, very fun route that keeps getting more and more pumpy, right until the end. Mostly big holds, with a few small ones thrown in to keep you on your toes.
Start up trending slightly leftward for three bolts, and then head more-or-less straight up. The angle of the line changes a couple of times through gentle bulges, so take advantage of any rests you can finagle.
Near the end your forearms will be wanting big holds; alas, they might be a bit disappointed.
Follows a faint waterstreak that doesn't reach the ground; this line is found about thirty feet to the left of the wide, dark waterstreak that defines the right end of Pictograph Wall
11 bolts, chain anchors.
|By Ryan Arnold|
Aug 25, 2012
rating: 5.10d 6b+ 21 VII+ E3 5b
Three 30-foot sections split by two no-hands rests. Technical crux is just before the first rest. Endurance crux is the last 10 feet, on some small crimps.