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Mean Streak - 5.10c

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bolts, micro to large stoppers, smallest TCUs to #3 camalot, hooks for 5/16' holes.
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Mean Streak (10+A1 R, FA Mark Uphus and Bill Cramer, July, 1994) is a 10 pitch route up far right margin of the buttress. Great rock and a variety of stellar cracks and thin face climbing make this a worthy adventure for the experienced climber. Begin to right of the highest pine at base of wall, up right from Clouds route. Look up and left for 1st bolt leading to small roofs, three more bolts lead to a ledge (a bit runout). The route is named for the second pitch; a long left leaning, left facing corner with a dark streak running down through it (bolts on this pitch added by some wankers after we did the FA! The crack takes gear all the way)). Route finding and a short aid pitch (hooks in holes) above this leads to more great cracks. At the top of the 7th pitch two options present themselves. The recommended route continues straight up the wall on steep looking cracks and face. The arete out right (look for bolt), while faster, is not much fun. Rap the route (two ropes) or walk off.

Submitted by: azbc on 2006-12-21
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Route ID: 56038

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