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A classic Doug Reed route, Blood Raid is one of the finest routes of it's grade at the new. Begin 10 ft. right of Lactic starting on easy moves to gain a ledge below the first of a series of horizontal roofs. Start cruising out the roof on a beautiful pancake flake eventually pulling out onto the face on crimps. Crank up the steep face and pull the final roof making a big move up to a good hold. Keep it together and clip the chain anchors.
Kaymoor, The Hole
nothing, fixed chains to the anchors.
|By Ladd Raine|
From: Plymouth, NH
Jul 19, 2007
Recently a side-pull for your left hand broke...I don't know if the climb is harder now, but that hold is certainly smaller.
|By James Otey|
Aug 2, 2010
I didn't use a single sidepull on this entire route. 5.13a still seems appropriate to me though.