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|Type: ||Trad, TR, 1 pitch, 75 feet|
|Consensus: ||5.7 [details]|
|FA: ||Cleveland? Route name sounds like his work.|
|Season: ||The complete calender cycle depending on conditions.|
|Submitted By: ||Burt Lindquist on Mar 12, 2012|
Big Wall'n Matt leads Hypoglycemia on 3-10-12.
Starts up Anemia corner then steps right at about 25ft mark and heads up through small roof and broken wall above.
Starts out in Anemia corner then heads right up wall to the right of Anemia corner.
Just fine for "at your waist" pro in all sizes. Difficulty is sustained with no real crux section although the wide crack portion at mid height is problematic due to sparse foot hold options.
|By Tony Brengosz|
Jul 31, 2012
Is this hypoglycemia or Chlorosis? The guide is a bit vague, but it seemed like Chlorosis traverses under the roof, and Hypoglycemia goes up the dihedral another 10 feet or so, then through the slight groove above the roof. Either way, I thought that traversing under the roof and going up was a great little climb, and tough for the grade.
|By Burt Lindquist|
From: Madison, WI
Jul 31, 2012
Hey Tony. Other then which way you actually take on the roof move (either left side or right side) I don't think anybody has been able to figure out which is which.....