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A beautiful slab climb, this route sneaks along thin, sequence-dependent moves between randomly distributed good edges. The arete topout leads to a triumphant finishing ledge for clipping the anchors.
Head left from the approach trail past some overhung pocketed lines to a clean, right-facing dihedral. Random Precision tip-toes up the impressive slab between this dihedral and the large chimney to the climber's left.
7 bolts to a bolted anchor. A bolt appears to have been added to eliminate the bold runout between what was the 5th and 6th.
Molly Chambers on route, Rachel Melville on belay....
Matt Kuehl getting stretched out! Taken during Roc...
|Comments on Random Precision
|By Gif Zafred|
From: Pittsburgh, PA
Nov 30, 2010
Fantastic route! Beginning is the crux. Hard section through a couple pockets at about the fourth bolt. Sustained and fun! Not your typical RRG route.
Aug 11, 2012
a solid 11b. super fun footwork throughout the route! love the arete/water groove sequence at the top.