|The Lynch Crag
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|Type: ||Trad, 1 pitch, 85'|
|Consensus: || YDS: 5.11d French: 7a Ewbanks: 24 UIAA: VIII British: E5 6a [details]|
|FA: ||Steve Sutton & Angie Sutton, November 1992|
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|Submitted By: ||Randy on Jan 1, 2002|
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Vern styling yet another deep Wonderland classic. ...
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This thin layback and face route lies on the right side of the south face of The Lynch Crag. Climb the thin layback and face (11d) past 5 bolts to where the climbing eases and the crack widens. Above a final bolt protects a 5.10c move to a 2 bolt anchor. Rappel 85 feet to ground.
6 bolts and a couple of thin to 0.5 inch pieces.
BETA PHOTO: (L-R) Erasure Head (9, around corner); W...
Reaching for a thin edge at the bulging crux. Phot...
Apr 4, 2005
rating: 5.11d 7a 24 VIII E5 6a
Power followed by technique and power. A key hold broke as I moved past the third bolt on the way to the fourth. Moving to the fourth bolt is certainly harder, and it will effect clipping the third. Since I thought the crux was higher, I don't think it effects the grade accept to settle it in at 5.11d.
|By tony grice|
Mar 7, 2007
WE TR'd this one, cool moves lots of side pullin and body tension for me. Great location, and once again Sunny!
|By Richard Shore|
Jan 5, 2013
Burly! Nearly every move up until the easy crack is 5.11, with some .11+ mixed in for good measure. I thought the crux was on the thin slab just before the easy crack. Give it a TR burn after doing the .9 or .10a if you can't lead at this grade.