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Triple Roofs 

YDS: 5.7 French: 5a Ewbanks: 15 UIAA: V+ British: MVS 4b

   
Type:  Trad, 1 pitch, 100'
Consensus:  YDS: 5.8- French: 5b Ewbanks: 16 UIAA: VI- British: VS 4c [details]
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Submitted By: Bryan K. on Jan 9, 2008
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Description 

Located near the left side of the wall, below the obvious triple roofs. The climb wanders through the roofs on very good gear. The moves stepping right below the large roof are very good. Route shares the same anchor as Tennish Anyone?, which are found little low and right of the finnish.


Protection 

A single set of cams to 3", selection of stoppers, and a handful extendible draws.



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By Courtney Pace
Apr 24, 2012

The route looks intimidating from below but behold jugs abound right when you need them. The gear is good but the cracks get a little flared towards the top.

By Hendo
From: Denver, CO
Oct 1, 2012
rating: 5.8- 5b 16 VI- VS 4c

This climb is more mentally tough than anything. At the beginning of the climb, you must tranverse away from your precious crack/protection (the holds are good though!). It's also pretty exciting stepping around the roof (make sure you extend your pro properly). Then once around the roof, the crack at the top flares then basically vanishes...So yeah, to me, b/c there isn't a nice crack/flake the whole way up the route, placing pro is a little exciting and thus I'd rate it a 5.8. The climbing above the roof requires some good stemming techniques as well (I think there's a piton up there). Seriously epic though!

By Andrew Carson
From: Wilson, WY
Apr 27, 2013
rating: 5.8 5b 16 VI- HVS 4c

A few feet above the fixed baby angle, above the roofs, one can also break out right onto the slightly overhanging face and gain a ledge with a two bolts and chains. It's steep but juggy until the last few moves.