Fit to be Tied
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In the middle crux of Fit to be Tied.
Photo by Lo...
This is another great line on the Wailing Wall! This one may have you fit to be tied, because it just doesnít let up; it is the most sustained route Iíve climbed at RRCOS. There are two ways to start this climb: either work straight up to the left-facing corner to gain the first bolt, or start about 5í to the right, using a great finger pocket to get into the large hole, then step left to the flake. Work up and left to the second bolt and take on the first crux; getting established up and left for the third bolt. Crux two comes at the fourth bolt, reaching a nice finger rail while having literally nothing for the feet. From here, the route eases off, ever so slightly, through a sea of tiny edges and smears. Passing the tenth and final bolt you will encounter the third crux, some off-balance climbing past two left-facing edges to reach the anchor. Rappel to descend.
Fit to be Tied is the fifth bolt line from the left, just left of a large juniper tree.
10 bolts, bolt anchor.
Logan up high on Fit to be Tied.
Photo by Lee Rit...