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By Greg G
From: SLC, UT
Oct 7, 2009
It seems like there are multiple bolt lines above the last pitch of school room. I climbed what looked to be the longest of the slab lines and could see 3 seperate anchor systems for god knows what from the slab i was on. Non of these climbs seem to be any harder than 5.6 and that would be for one move only.
From what I saw there are:
3 bolt lines all right next to each other and all super easy (why are they even there?)
3 bolted anchors, one at the top of the long slab, one down and to the right, and one to the left halfway up the longer route.
the longest slab is about 35m long as I had about 15-20 feet of rope off the deck when I rapped with my 60m. But I easily stood there pulled the rope and walked down the slab I just climbed!
when you find the rap tree for the school room decent, look up and a little right and you'll see the bolts. Its pretty much at the end of the walk off for tingeys.
Oct 8, 2009
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