Mike Kurilich starting up the upper arete on Rager...
Named because of the close proximity that several of the climbs have to each other allowing a mix-match of different routes. So start on one climb and end on another. See topo for potential mix-match’s. The cool layback moves on Phatt Ass are worth doing, Midlife Cracksis is good for the grade and Rager’s Edge has a fun, exposed upper arête to climb after the crux bottom.
Located 10-15 meters up the start of Lifeline and Crossing Over.
5 Total Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',1],['2 Stars',3],['1 Star',1],['Bomb',0]
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Mike Kurilich feeling Grrr-Ampish
Aug 17, 2009
Fun routes, great views. Razor's Edge and Flatline are both fun 10as, well-bolted. Just be cautious of loose rock on Razor's Edge.
Thanks for the new lines!