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Large slopers and round holds pass three bolts to a ledge. Tall climbers (over 6 feet tall) can easily clip and pass the next two bolts, however shorter climbers require a bit of creative legwork in the large horizontal under the fourth bolt and small holds in between the big stuff.
In the original guidebook, written by a generation that is *far* shorter on average than the current crop of Taiwanese, this route was rated 5.11c/d. It has since been downgraded to 5.11b
Situated directly between Fucking Fall and Finger Crack. The start is just beneath an old, rusty, not-to-be-trusted expansion bolt.
Seven bolts, plus two bolts for the anchor. Also, there is one old rusty expansion bolt and hanger at about 2 meters.
|By Matt Robertson|
May 12, 2010
This route is named Big Canyon (‘å’J or da gu). Like many other routes at Music Hall, it is equipped with reliable glue-in bolts. 5.11b is a fair grade.
|By Anmin Deng|
From: Panchiao, Taipei, Taiwan
Jan 14, 2011
The name "‘åŒÛ" ("da4-gu3") means "Big Drum", not "Big Canyon" (where "Drum" and "Canyon" sound identical ("gu3") in Chinese). Many routes in "Music Hall" are named after music instruments.