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Aaron Lyells? FFA Colby Wayment?
Standard Free Rack + Aid Gear. For free ascent, bring some small to mid sized nuts, micro cams, a few each .75-1" pieces, a few green camalots, and a selection of other cams between 1" and 3".
This is the very thin crack on the white face right of the corner. Use any clean aid tricks you can (C2). The end is 5.8
As a free route, this is steep, powerful and sequential. It has very tricky gear placements that would be hard to get right on the overhanging wall. So far as I know, it has only been led with preplaced gear at about 11b. To lead it while placing gear would be about 11d and rated R. It finishes on the anchors of Boxelder Salsa, so after the second cleans BES, he or she could lower down and put in directionals for a fun toprope. 70meter rope recommended.
Submitted by: fancypants on 2005-10-30
Last Modified: 2010-05-24
Route ID: 71245
Pinkpointed it yesterday. Not sure it counts as the FFA.
As a trad route, this thing is awesome, though the gear is pretty difficult to get oriented so that it's trustworthy enough. Even so, the gear is not that bomber. With preplaced gear, it felt about 5.11b. Placing it on lead (still waiting for the first redpoint ascent) it would probably feel about 5.11d. You can place the gear after doing Boxelder Salsa while lowering back down.