Tiggers and Airplanes
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Start with a few bouldery moves to gain the vertical face and climb to the roof. At the 3rd bolt, head up and left, aiming for the obvious flake system that leads to a break in the roof (crux). Gain somewhat of a stance at the roof break and continue up and left to make the final clip above the overhang. The moves in the roof are really fun. Lots of heel hooking!
From the approach trail, head left following the cliff up hill over some boulders to reach a large overhanging wall known as "The Hangar". This line starts on the face below the overhang on the right portion of the wall. It shares the start with Hook, Line, and Tigger, 5.12a. The lines split at the 3rd bolt, this one heads left.
6 bolts. No anchor. Lower from the last fixed draw above the roof on the white face.
|Comments on Tiggers and Airplanes
|By Dan Brayack|
From: Marmet, WV
Mar 3, 2011
you actually jump from where the anchor is - no draws on it though!