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Classic crack climbing at T-Wall, Cake Walk is another popular three-star route.
Starts in a nice left-facing corner. Move up to a small roof, then continue up a beautiful hand/finger crack to the top.
Starts about 10' right of Razor Worm.
Small to medium gear. Newly-installed ring anchors at the top alleviate the former hazards of coming up short on rap from the tree at the top of Razor Worm.
Leading up to the crux
Pulling the Crux
Nov 25, 2006
I once climbed this and found a little rattlesnake about halfway up!
|By Nick Stayner|
From: The Magic City
Dec 12, 2006
This was the last route we climbed on my first day at the T-Wall. It is one of the best pitches I've ever done!
Mar 12, 2007
60m barely gets you down, depending on manufacturer. Recently saw a girl deck when her partner let the rope slip through the belay plate.
Great climb, kind of a "2 move wonder".
From: Oakland Park, Florida
Jun 22, 2010
This climb is classic. Sustained, beautiful climbing. Get a rest before you hop on this cause it's a long way to a rest spot. The finger crack crux is awesome
|By mike olsen|
From: Clarksville, TN
Feb 29, 2012
rating: 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ E1 5a
Wonderful line on perfect sandstone! Small blue BD protects the crux. Have seen snakes on the small ledges between this route and Razor Worm. Avoid the line and awkward start of Golden Locks and jump on this SE classic!