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Route sequence (left to right): 1
Standard Aid rack including hooks and copperheads. Pins from rurps to a 3/4" angle.
Steep copperheads right off the ground for a few moves which gets you to a left leaning crack/flake. This part of the route is slightly expanding, and hitting the ground is a possibility. After the flake, there are some bolt moves and copperhead moves to the anchor.
Submitted by: benjo on 2001-10-16
Route ID: 5277
I gave Fruehauf Garica a belay on this. He claimed it to be about A2+, maybe A3. I pulled a few pieces, when I weighted the rope to jug. Here\'s a hint\" bring a sawed off #1 and #2 angle. You\'ll be happy if you do. And don\'t climb the damn route in the dead of the summer in the middle of the day. It faces south, so you\'ll smell bacon before you reach the anchors. A very good route, one of the best \"one pitch wonders\" in Little Cottonwood Canyon. tda