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Follows a thin crack to the roof above and escapes left to two-bolt anchor. Face climbing, using the crack for protection. Protection is non-existent for first 15 feet or so, and is small, but reasonable, throughout.
Note: Met Curt at the crag one day. He told me about this route. I don't remember if he was the first or second ascensionist. Please correct if you know.
On left side of Amphitheater. Starts on face to left of "Uncertain Return"/"Exit Stage Right," just to the right of "Jet Stream." Starts on edges below thin, vertical seam.
Small gear. 1-inch piece nice towards the top.
From: The Deeper South
May 9, 2011
rating: 5.10+ 6b+ 21 VII+ E3 5b PG13
The meat of the route....take lots of 00, 0, 1 TCUs or C3s...and lots of small to medium stoppers if leading.
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Submitted By: BHMBen on Mar 5, 2009
|By Jamie S.|
From: Gold River, CA
Feb 8, 2012
Les Hutchison freed it, Mark Henley followed. WCounty Friends made the start do-able as it has a flare near the bottom and it would be difficult to lead w/o getting that in for pro.