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Waterfall Wall Project 

YDS: 5.13 French: 8a Ewbanks: 29 UIAA: X- ZA: 30 British: E7 6c

   
Type:  TR, 25'
Consensus:  YDS: 5.13 French: 8a Ewbanks: 29 UIAA: X- ZA: 30 British: E7 6c [details]
FA: ???
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Submitted By: Ray Bierbaum on Sep 4, 2010

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Ted Sticking the second sloper

Description 

This route goes up the smooth slopping wall just to the left of Waterfall Crack (route 24 (5.7) in Swartling's guide). It starts by standing up on the small ledge and using under-clings to get to a rail. Then using a couple bad slopers and a heel hook go big for another bad sloper above the bulge. Then proceed up to the massive ledge.

If you want an extra challenge, as if the glassy slopers are not enough, try extending the route up and over the middle of the roof above the ledge without using any of the side walls.

GOOD LUCK!!!

Protection 

TR


Photos of Waterfall Wall Project Slideshow Add Photo
I think this route goes through the overhang right of the big pine tree?
BETA PHOTO: I think this route goes through the overhang right...
Go up the slab in the sun and directly over the overhang.
BETA PHOTO: Go up the slab in the sun and directly over the ov...
Ted Throwing for the final sloper
Ted Throwing for the final sloper

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By Ray Bierbaum
Sep 4, 2010

I saw this line while waiting for a massive group of 40 people to finish up on the Railroad Amp. I got on it but gave up soon after since the group was leaving. I was mostly wondering if this route has a name, FA or an accurate rating for that matter.
By Ted Bjorklund
Oct 17, 2011

If this route were protectable by a crash pad, it would be a 25ft boulder problem. Really challenging and fun to figure out!