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Nice and long, this route is a nice moderate up lower angle rock. A mini-crux from the start to the first bolt takes you to lower angle and easier climbing. The business comes (as all routes on super slab) when you pull through the bulge at the top.
Starts about 10 feet right of the arete on the left side. Second route over from the arete.
10 bolts to anchors.
Pulling through the cruxy bulge on the long and en...
Pulling through the top roof.
Alpine sport climbing conditions for Pasha.
|By Stewart M. Green|
May 20, 2006
This route is actually called "Clast Action." A clast is a broken fragment of rock, and if you notice here, broken fragments are embedded everywhere. First ascent by Mark Hesse and Dennis Jackson.
|By Larry Earley|
From: Los Alamos, NM
Oct 8, 2006
rating: 5.9 5c 17 VI HVS 5a
I thought Gary Clark bolted this one too. Start tricky. This climb is a 9. Mostly 5.8 but a couple of 9 moves. Nice climb for the grade.
|By Dave Wachter|
Sep 21, 2008
Varied and fun climbing, from slabby to slightly overhanging. Poorly bolted, though, especially for a 5.9 leader. There are a couple of serious runouts in the mid-section where it would be possible to bust your ankles on a ledge.