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Geir styling it on his onsight.
Start below narrow arete, 5.10 climbing on good rock to left of lower, broken rock section of blunt arete leads to overhanging crux and finishes on only slightly easier ground. You can use a longer runner for the fourth bolt, which may feel "out of line" as its placement was dictated by rock quality and is a bit farther left than the "ideal" line.
Up and around the main face of GodHead North from the start of "The Gods..." Scramble up a chute, of sorts, and find quality rock nestled on the north side, hidden from the sun. See location photo for a pretty decent location.
8 bolts, bring long draws if you plan on a slingshot TR as there's a bulge just below the anchors.
DAS keeping it together for the final thin moves.
AMH beginning the crux section.
AMH getting into the delicate section. Note the lo...
Geir getting into the sustained crux, Jimbo belayi...
DAS on his smooth send of the route, doing the cru...
DAS going for it with a big throw at the crux
From: Tucson, AZ
Nov 24, 2012
rating: 5.11 6c+ 23 VIII- 23 E4 5c
Excellent, sustained climbing on some of the best rock in the area. A must-do in the Refuge.
From: Phoenix, AZ
Feb 10, 2014
Maybe it was because it was the last climb of a good day, but this sure seemed harder than "The Gods Must Think I'm Crazy", which is not how I remembered them to be! I must be getting "Climbzheimers" according to Laurel.