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Start up the slightly overhanging crack with large jugs on either side. A hard clip off of an ironically great jug leads to bouldery moves till the top of the headwall. From here the climbing gets easier and more fun on jugs to the right of the crack.
This route is on the NW Face and is right of Monster Quest.
7 bolts + anchors
Nov 15, 2009
Tuko Pamoja in Swahili means that “We are all in this together”. This is my daughter's high school cross country team slogan.
|By Floyd Hayes|
Aug 11, 2010
The route ends at the base of a steep section where it could be extended upward.
Aug 12, 2010
I thought about anchors past the break where they are currently located but figured there were only 2 or 3 more moves of easy climbing on the headwall which would offer no further difficulty particularly after a hands free ledge. I also like the current anchor placement since it has its own set of anchors without having to have a communal anchor like it would if it was extended to the top. I really liked this route though the upper part was a pain to clean and I assume it could still use a little bit more. I meant to bolt the line just to the right of it, but moved on to another cliff before doing so.
|By Patrick Sanan|
From: Pasadena, CA
Nov 27, 2011
Lots of fun! The crux is at the bottom. The upper section is a bit dirty. Note that the (climber's) righthand bolt in the anchor is loose.
Dec 6, 2011
Patrick, Yeah I knew about the loose right bolt. It has been loose since I placed it. It was end of the day and the drill lost most of the battery charge so I ended up grounding the bolt out in the bottom of the hole when i pounded it in. I was able to get it to expand, but couldn't get it flush with the rock due to the extra unexpected length. I kept meaning to go back and fix it, but that was the last route I bolted on the crag and never got back there with the drill. I'll get it replaced next time out there though.
|By Tom G|
Sep 2, 2012
Fun route,easy past the first bolt. stay left to increase the diffculty.