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FA: DaveGarrity,CraigMartin,ElsieLemordant, 2000
No Country For Young Men
An adventure. Up and right from the start of The Root, then a committed move rightwards will establish you in the wide groove (crux). Jam your way up the crack to the pine tree, sling it, then climb the right side of the tree until you can regain the rock. Continue up past the next tree following the right-hand crack system (don't escape left to The Root anchors), until you reach a single bolt just below the DBC anchor. Take a wide range of cams, nuts and slings. You can rap off on a 60m rope.
FFA: Bryce Martin
FA: Bryce Martin, Craig Martin, 2000
|8||Finger of Fate||17||225m|
|10||Lats Rule Thinking||23||930m,|
|15||Fossil Free Zone||23||18m|
|17||Lock 'n' Load||24||410m,|
|18||Lock 'n' Rock||25||510m,|
|19||Stealing Dad's Rack||17||15m|
|20||Its Not the Size||20||39m,|
|21||Grit Pike Thin||19||15m|
|22||Forever 22 in the Gym||18||15m|
|Finger of Fate||225m|
|Stealing Dad's Rack||15m|
|18||Forever 22 in the Gym||15m|
|No Country For Young Men||133m,|
|19||Grit Pike Thin||15m|
|20||Its Not the Size||39m,|
|23||Fossil Free Zone||18m|
|Lats Rule Thinking||930m,|
|24||Lock 'n' Load||410m,|
|25||Lock 'n' Rock||510m,|