One Hit Wonder
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Dane high on the left slab.
The left hand bolted line on the Hell wall slab. A v2 move will take you past the first bolt and into .10-ish climbing to the anchors.
Dane finishing the left slab. Amazing yellow Liche...
One more shot of the left slab. Beautiful area!
BETA PHOTO: Looking straight up the route.
Glen climbing One hit wonder
Photo: Cody Brundidge
Glen climbing one hit wonder Photo: Cody Brundidge
Glen, after doing one hit wonder Photo: Cody Brund...
|Comments on One Hit Wonder
Jul 6, 2008
Seems like quite a sandbag at 10a V2. Perhaps easier for taller people, but nonetheless, in my opinion there are 2 or 3 moves on the route in the 11 range, including the beginning sequence that seems like hard 11.
|By Chris treggE|
From: Madison, WI
Jul 6, 2008
I guess V2 is 11a, so maybe that is what the FA meant. It's a somewhat desperate V2 start followed by 5.10 climbing. Meh, whatever-- decent route anyway. Took me a number of tries to get the start sequence.
|By Trad Nanny|
Jun 14, 2010
Known as "One Hit Wonder" in the Ryan Hansen guidebook.
|By Ryan Justen|
From: St. Paul, MN
Aug 13, 2011
I'm not sure if the rating is off, or if my tiny crimp/slab technique is way off... But my partner and I climb at the 5.12 range, and neither of us could pull the crux... it's easy to cheat if you grab the draw though. The remainder of the route is sustained (at an easier level) and very fun.