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Flake Route - 5.10d

Average Rating = 5.00/5 Average Rating : 5.00 out of 5
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Better than it looks. Small stoppers and TCUs. Place high in Upper D from Alcove to protect crux.
Consensus Ratings
  Difficulty 5.10d
  Safety Rating PG13
  Exposure 4.00/5
  Rock Quality 4.00/5
  Scenery 4.00/5
  Fun Factor 4.00/5

Description:

Climb face left of Upper Diagonal to alcove with fixed pin. From alcove move right to the obvious flake, countinue up and slightly right to top.

Submitted by: jbeta on 2006-03-14
Views: 533
Route ID: 32737

4 Ascents Recorded

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Ratings
  Difficulty 5.10d
  Safety Rating PG13
  Exposure
  Rock Quality
  Scenery
  Fun Factor
Red Point Red Point ascent by: mattkuehl on 2011-04-04 (View Climbing Log)

5 out of 5 stars 2011 Devils Lake Route of the Year?

Awesome lead. I've seen more people on this thing than ever before. Takes skill, finesse, and a level head. A must do for all aspiring DL leaders. I consider it bad style to place gear in Upper D after the piton (where the lines diverge) as this isn't the line you're leading. After leaving the crack of Upper D place 2 C3's and top this bad boy out. Super fun

Added: 2011-07-04

Ratings
  Difficulty 5.10d
  Safety Rating G
Onsight Onsight ascent by: jamesjay on 2007-06-16 (View Climbing Log)

5 out of 5 stars AWESOME!!!!!!

One of the most phenomenal routes at the Lake

Added: 2007-06-17

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Red Point Red Point ascent by: monopocketmojo on 2004-09-02 (View Climbing Log)

0 out of 5 stars Ascent Note

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Added: 2004-09-02

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Red Point Red Point ascent by: jbeta on 2004-06-23 (View Climbing Log)

0 out of 5 stars Ascent Note

Best 5.10 lead at DL, though not led as often as it should be. The climbing up to the alcove is run out, but relatively simple. Place high gear in Upper D, and cast onto the face. This is typical Devil's Lake: run out, but safe (I know, I took the fall) crimping up perfect purple stone. A small stopper in an incipient crack and a TCU keyed into a slot complete the experience.

Added: 2004-06-23