Straight Shooter, Brass Wall 5.9

 
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Red Rocks, Nevada USA

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Chris McNamara

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Aug 25, 2003 - 11:08am
 
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Jedi

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Upland, CA
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   Dec 22, 2004 - 06:08pm
bring yellow and green aliens. hang on for a few moves at the crux and SEND! the route to the right is also good fun.
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vegastradguy

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Las Vegas, NV
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   Dec 4, 2005 - 12:15am
great route- have solid footwork and this route will feel great. otherwise, it'll be a struggle.

the .11a to the right is easily TR'd from the anchors and is good fun at the end of the day.

also, if you arrive and find a line, head around the cliff to the right and bag the twin cracks that lie there- both 5.7, both lots of fun. a single rap off the anchors on the west side of the ledge above gets you back to the ground.
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Brass Wall - Straight Shooter 5.9 - Red Rocks, Nevada USA. Click to Enlarge
The Brass Wall as seen from the approach into Pine Creek Canyon.
Photo: Sarah Felchlin
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