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Corona Club is the vertical section of this wall &...
Difficult from the start and consistently requires that the climber use subtle layback and crabbing to make the thin holds work. If only it were a little longer!
Follow the thin seam up a vertical face.
a few feet right of Turtle Piss on the North side of the Y-Crack Boulder.
Cory M. after clipping the second bolt on lead.
Moving to easier ground.
Finishing the route
|By Ken Isaacson|
Mar 12, 2009
Please see my Turtle Piss comments. The same applies; however, this route has fewer hand and foot holds. Often all you can find for hand or foot is a ripple in the rock and you sort of balance up the climb as something yellow trickles down your leg. It is the hardest 5.8 I have ever climbed.
|By Sagar Gondalia|
Oct 30, 2011
The start is definitely the crux. There are plenty of good holds as long as your'e conscious of sequence. Much easier than the starts to both Birthday Party and Mickey Mantle.
|By Trad Nanny|
Jan 15, 2013
Start to the left of the bolt line only moving right at the finish.