Sea of Troubles
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Coolest route on the upper tier. Start in the chimney and climb through a crimpy bulge to easier climbing above. At the crux, clip the bottom link of the chain to protect from a ledge fall.
Belayer may want a helmet, as small pebbles and sand tend to get kicked off by the climber.
Belay position is completely shaded and out of sight at the bottom of a comfy 2.5' wide 6' deep crack easily accessible by walking to the end of the narrow gully past a tree and around a huge wedged boulder.
9 bolts lead up to chains with draw friendly rap rings.
Compromising first moves at the start of Sea of Tr...
Approaching the crux.
|Comments on Sea of Troubles
|By John Wilder|
From: Las Vegas, NV
Dec 30, 2011
rating: 5.9 5c 17 VI HVS 5a
This thing is goofy and weird, and VERY fragile. Be very mindful, and the belayer really should wear a helmet.