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Table of contents
|10||Hands Across the Water||5.8|
|5||Code Name Daisy||5.11a|
|2||Jack in the Box||5.10a|
|3||Snap, Crackle, Pop||5.8|
Boulder, Unknown and Aid
|1||Sinbad's High Sea Simulator||A2+|
Turn on the Juice
Powerful mixed trad and sport climbing with a wicked match stick dino to a tricky tips traverse. Well worth the effort
FFA: Graham Sanders, 2004
FA: Graham Sanders, 2004
Set by Graham sanders, 2004
Trad and Unknown
|1||Gidget Takes Off||5.12b|
Amazing thin crack and steep face climbing. One of the best climbs at the leap. Led with one fall in 2005 before was shut down by the snow. Car Accident stopped me from ever finishing the route. Great First accent for the inspired.
Set by Graham Sanders