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Leviticus 

YDS: 5.12d French: 7c Ewbanks: 28 UIAA: IX ZA: 28 British: E6 6b

   
Type:  Sport, 40'
Consensus:  YDS: 5.12d French: 7c Ewbanks: 28 UIAA: IX ZA: 28 British: E6 6b [details]
FA: FA, Kevin Brown. FFA, Steve Edwards
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Submitted By: andy patterson on Aug 23, 2010

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Transition to the lie-back. Awkward and technical....

Description 

This route sees few ascents, partly because it sits all by its lonesome in an off-beat location, and partly because it is absurdly hard. Leviticus isn't THE most difficult climb on the central coast from a grade perspective, but it is certainly one of the most technically challenging. At 5.12d, it doesn't give an inch, and touts one of the more memorable—and painful—cruxes for miles in all directions. If you can link through the bottom three bolts of this vicious and powerful line, you will likely have some shredded skin on at least one of your digits. And then the pump starts...

Without giving too much away, here's the breakdown:

1) tie in, get nervous
2) perform a stupid hard finger-lock boulder problem (V7 or V8)
3) Grunt in pain
4) Transition in to lie-back section of route
5) Don't get tired before you get to the anchors

Location 

Steep face on right side of creek before you get to the actual Seven Falls area (for those not "in-the-know", I'm talking about the swimming holes). The overhanging crack is unmistakable.

Protection 

Six bolts to open shuts.


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Bearing down in to the finger-lock crux.
Bearing down in to the finger-lock crux.
Awesome and pumpy to the top.
Awesome and pumpy to the top.
Just before the top-out, which, if you're not careful, can spit you off unexpectedly.
Just before the top-out, which, if you're not care...

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