|The Tea Room
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Located on the right wall at the back of the Tea Room. "Fen Gliddich" climbs the arete of the unique fin-like feature to the left of "Tea Bag."
10 bolts & 2-ring Fixe anchor.
Working the moves on the upper arete of "Fen Glidd...
Skip climbing Fenn Gliddich while Erik is on belay...
A variation of the crux sequence, staying on the a...
The opening moves on Fenn Gliddich
Skip Vasquez on the Fenn
gettin ready to ride the fin
Romain leads Fen Gliddich, at Echo Cliffs.
|By Pam Neal|
Jan 3, 2010
Fenn Gliddich, or "The Fenn," is an unusual feature for Echo Cliffs, and adds fun variety to the norm at Echo.
|By Benjamin Chapman|
From: Small Town, USA
Nov 9, 2010
Fun and exciting moves on a unique feature, excellent protection. Needs more traffic to clean off the loose bits.
|By Michael Bartosek|
From: Los Angeles
Mar 21, 2011
rating: 5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- E2 5b
I thought this was a stellar climb - we did two variations of it. One variation sticking only to the feature and not stemming and the other variation stemming. There were some loose bits just after the overhang/bulge as you moved left, a bit freaky, but the other holds above it felt solid.
Nice placement of the anchors on this route - at first I thought...shit, no anchors! and then I looked over and there they were, great for clean rapping.
From: Portland, Oregon
Feb 27, 2012
Really fun climb with some interesting moves. Somewhat uncertain holds (it's always exciting when a block creaks when you grab it) and the potential for some somewhat less-than-clean falls made this a fairly adventurous climb.
Mar 9, 2012
Interesting fun climb. Still some loose stuff that will clean up with time and plenty of good holds to climb around the wigglers (chosstastic!). 10a if you climb the rib only, 5.8 if you stem the right wall at the crux.
|By Matthew Fienup|
From: Ventura, CA
Apr 5, 2012
rating: 5.9 5c 17 VI HVS 5a
Only 5.9 if you use liberal stemming between the arete and the wall to the right. Super fun, nonetheless--airy and exposed.
|By Pam Neal|
Jan 17, 2013
For full value, climb the "fin" only. Don't even touch the right wall.