This climb actually protects very well so it is a good red point project. It rewards good body position and foot work more than raw strength. Some people step to the right in the middle to get a rest using another flake, others consider that to be "off route". Either way, it is very fine climbing.
Unlike what the overview above says, I find it better to jam than to lieback.
If you're a wimp like me, you'll enjoy climbing Meat Grinder and then stepping left to throw a tr on Red Zinger. A particuarly warm winter haunt.
Photo: Todd Snyder
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