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BETA PHOTO: The rope is on the route (right hand version) at t...
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This route is kind of fun, but it gets no stars in the Haas/Schneider guidebook. It is a way to climb most of Polar Sandals
without doing its crux. The rock contains some lichen in this area, but it is not too bad. If you want to finish on Polar Sandals
, you clip from about bolt 6 on. There is no webbing on a horn after the first 5.7 section as described by Haas/Schneider. The last 15 feet up to the Solar Panel
anchor is the crux.
BETA PHOTO: Looking up the dihedral on the right start.
By Tyson Ferryman
From: Bailey, CO
May 24, 2014
Glad you posted this. FYI Kirk and I cleaned this up a lot while bolting Polar Sandals, so in fairness to Haas, it probably climbs better now....