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Running Out of Days 

YDS: 5.11a French: 6c Ewbanks: 22 UIAA: VII+ British: E3 5c

   
Type: Sport, 50'
Consensus:  YDS: 5.10c/d French: 6b+ Ewbanks: 21 UIAA: VII+ British: E3 5b [details]
FA: Mike Bond
New Route: Yes
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Submitted By: dnoB ekiM on Sep 14, 2009
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The third route from the left.


Protection 

Bolts. Shares anchor with No Stranger to Shame.

This route was bolted solely for the purpose of allowing for the first ascent, and the first ascent information is posted here solely to document the history of the first ascent. No person should read this posting with the assumption that this route or the fixed gear left behind is safe in any way or otherwise appropriate to allow for safe subsequent ascents. Climbing is dangerous and should only be done with the appropriate training and risk management practices that include providing for the climber’s own safety. Attempting to climb this route as described above or by any other means or methods could result in injury or death.



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By John Wilder
From: Las Vegas, NV
Mar 24, 2011
rating: 5.10c 6b 20 VII E2 5b

quite a bit harder than .10a, probably harder than its .10c neighbor off the ground.

By dnoB ekiM
Jan 12, 2012

Reclimbed this today after about 8 years since the FA. John, It is DEFININTELY harder than 10A. I'm calling it 11A (the start makes the grade). Both this and No Stranger (and the Mix) have gotten harder.

BTW- This wall was bone dry when bolted but it seeps some years, and when it does, you should avoid these routes. Some of the blocks have popped since the FA and I think mostly due to being climbed on when seeping (just guessing). They are getting pretty clean, but there are still a couple potential bad blocks (small).

However, as noted above: This route was bolted solely for the purpose of allowing for the first ascent, and the first ascent information is posted here solely to document the history of the first ascent. No person should read this posting with the assumption that this route or the fixed gear left behind is safe in any way or otherwise appropriate to allow for safe subsequent ascents. Climbing is dangerous and should only be done with the appropriate training and risk management practices that include providing for the climber’s own safety. Attempting to climb this route as described above or by any other means or methods could result in injury or death.