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Dana Steck, trying to hold it together as she head...
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This is the route worth coming to this area for. Start at the right end of an overhanging face with a gray bottom and orange top. Climb up and traverse left past the first bolt. From here, trend up and left to reach the overhang at the 2nd right facing dihedral from the right. There's a rest at every bolt to the overhang. Pull the overhang aiming for the base of the upper orange left leaning dihedral (crux). Gain a stance and make a thin move, then its good holds to the finish.
This route is very obvious. From the approach trail, either head to the cliff immediately and walk left for about 30 yards or just continue on the trail around a large boulder and this route will appear in front of you.
7 bolts and shuts at the top. The first bolt needs a draw, everything else has a permadraw on it.
A. Baldwin on Psycho Wrangler
Onsighting psycho wrangler. Pulling the last roof ...
Jeremy Steck on Psycho Wrangler, 5.12a.
Chris on his onsight attempt of Psycho Wrangler.
Lynn hill need I say more, she walked up it