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Louie ponders the next moves from the pedestal on ...
"Tea Bag" climbs the face between "Fen Gliddich" and "English Breakfast Tea." Ascend the left side of the black pillar and traverse right, under the small roof, under the small roof, to a large pocket on the right side of the pillar. Above the pillar, climb on positive edges and pockets to the shallow right facing corner at the top of the face. Climb the face right of the corner on overhanging edges and pockets to the anchor.
Right wall (east) of the Tea Room, 10 ft. left of "English Breakfast Tea."
9 bolts & 2-ring Fixe anchor.
From: Boise, ID
Dec 6, 2009
This is a fun sustained climb on the right side of the tea room.
|By Benjamin Chapman|
Dec 11, 2009
Tea Bag is steep and sustained. Fun climbing on a range of excellent positive features. The moves are entertaining and thought provoking. The protection is excellent. Feels like a 5.10C
|By Pam Neal|
Jan 3, 2010
Nice, steep, and thoughtful.
|By Rick Hill|
From: la crescenta, ca
Dec 12, 2010
if you visit the tea room this is a must.
|By Michael Bartosek|
From: Los Angeles
Mar 21, 2011
this is a great route. Tricky and sustained for sure, just keep moving your feet up - excellent feet! Sustained for the grade and I think a damn fine onsight or redpoint route. Subsequent climbs are still sure to satisfy.
Mar 9, 2012
My favorite climb in the Tea Room. Balancy, technical and fun.