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|FA: ||Hausmann brothers ?|
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|Submitted By: ||Ben C. on May 3, 2010|
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A short but fun route. Starts on two sharp but positive crimps at eye level. Move right to a triangular looking crimper and do some fancy footwork to gain a sidepull crimp on which you can match. Then its up to a jug rail and over the top.
Although there wasn't any chalk on this before I got on it, I imagine someone has probably seen it and climbed it before?
It's on the northwest side of the Bottleneck Pass. If you're facing Tilt-a-whirl
, go left and skirt around the base of the large formation. This ~10 foot crimp face is on the right, pretty easy to find.
By Luke Childers
May 9, 2010
rating: V2 5+
As far as I think, this was 1st done by the Hausmann brothers and some friends around 1999 or so. Fun.