The Wine Drip
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High-steppin' is easy when you've got big jugs...
Avoid the temptation to start off of the large boulder in the dry streambed. The start from the ground is fun and bouldery. Expect some jugs on a slightly overhanging face with a more technically demanding crux. I didn't let any of my wine drip while climbing or belaying...
Between Mad Swiller and Pump It Until Purple. Fifth route from the left on the main wall. Rappel from the 2 chain anchor.
7 gray bolts to a 2 chain anchor.
Max Peters in blue shirt on The Wine Drip .10a
Max Peters on lead
|Comments on The Wine Drip
Sep 1, 2009
I would wear a helmet here, I pulled off a bit the size of a husky ( on purpose but almost onto my belay).
Great routes that will clean up well
|By Michael Buchanan|
Jul 11, 2010
Fun, short. A short, granite HollowMan.