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Pitch 1 – Well protected seams and cracks, culminating in face moves with two bolts, lead to the anchors. 5.9, 2 bolts, pro to 2”, 60 feet.
Pitch 2 – Step right from the belay and up to the right-facing corner. Climb this to a stance below the overhanging headwall. Bolts protect a technical, overhanging sequence, and lead to the second anchor. 5.11, 5 bolts, pro to 1”, 50 feet.
Located between Balin Goes to Hollywood and The Slot, this fun line is worth the time, if just for the first, moderate pitch. When doing the entire route, it is recommended to be lead in one pitch, if thoughtfully long runnered in the vicinity of the first belay station.
Pro to 2 inch, draws for bolts.
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From: Tucson, AZ
Mar 26, 2008
The protection is a bit poor in the first 20 feet.