Skid Row Variation
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Getting set for the lip.
A steep roof variation, not quite as hard as it looks. The holds are there it is just a matter of getting set and making the move quickly.
2 anchors at the top of the 5.9's. There also might be anchors just above the roof. Otherwise 2 draws for the variation plus 5 more to finish on either of the 5.9's.
BETA PHOTO: Photo of the start. Crux is the last overhang in ...
|Comments on Skid Row Variation
|By Michael MacFadden|
Jun 26, 2008
This route is pretty fun if you like bouldery starts. It feels V3-ish up and over the roof. It's just a matter of figuring out the sequence and moving through it efficiently. After the roof your just on a 5.9 face to the top.
From: Taylorsville, Utah
Jun 23, 2012
That hold you're considering is as good, if not better, than it looks. Just go for it.
|By Aaron Livingston|
From: Heber City, UT
Feb 22, 2013
the start is super fun, I managed to get on this lead by accident when I first came to S-curves thinking it was choir boy or chorus line, back then I was maybe leading 5.10b's. not a long enough hard section to call it in the 11's in my opinion.
|By Erik R Johnson|
From: Salt Lake City, UT
May 5, 2013
I have to agree that it seems easier than 11b. I thought it was easier than the unknown 10d next to it. As always, grades are subjective but the holds are pretty good...