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Station 13
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East Chimney T 
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Highly Suspicious T,S 
Spooky, station 13 SE arete T 
Superstition T 
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Highly Suspicious 

YDS: 5.13a French: 7c+ Ewbanks: 29 UIAA: IX+ ZA: 29 British: E6 6c

   
Type:  Trad, Sport, 1 pitch, 40'
Consensus:  YDS: 5.13a French: 7c+ Ewbanks: 29 UIAA: IX+ ZA: 29 British: E6 6c [details]
FA: Chris Hirsch - Jason McNabb, Anthony Schwartz, Lee Terveen, Joel McKillop
New Route: Yes
Page Views: 1,211
Submitted By: fungi on Sep 2, 2012

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BETA PHOTO: Jason McNabb... Highly Suspicious

Description 

This route climbs the southwest shoulder of station 13. Begin using the handcrack of Spooky, at twenty five feet gain a flake and rail to clip the first bolt. A refrigerator squeezing crux is encountered between this and the second bolt. Continue up following more bolts to a very balancy crux with a hard clip at the seventh bolt. The climbing here is exposed and unique with step throughs and side pulls! Keep on with the bolt line encountering another crux at the tenth bolt. Big moves take you to lucky number eleven... don't blow it going to the top or it will be lucky number 13.

Location 

Southwest shoulder of Station 13

Protection 

Hand size pieces for the beginning crack. Eleven bolts... bring a couple of longer runners for the last two bolts and gear placements at the bottom.


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Lee Terveen going for redpoint. Taken by Travis Hibbard
Lee Terveen going for redpoint. Taken by Travis Hi...
Tasters!!! taken by Travis Hibbard
Tasters!!! taken by Travis Hibbard

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By R.Walters
Sep 9, 2012

badass.
By Benjamin Chapman
From: Small Town, USA
Jun 20, 2014

Witty pose makes for a great route description. Refrigerator squeezing = compression problem?