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Flying J

This route is located in the Muir Valley at The Stadium

No Bones About It


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Ring of Fire 5.12a (Sport) ***

First Ascent: Dustin Stephens, Steve Sandmann in 2014
Length: 80ft
Bolts: 9 (report bad bolts/anchors)

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The line of glue-ins 10' left of No Bones. Cruxy steep climbing down low gives way to stimulating face climbing on quality orange pockets. A few big moves and high steps deliver you to a spicy anchor run.
Moves: unknown
Descent: Bolt anchors
Stays Dry:
Owner: Muir Valley
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3.75 stars (4 votes)
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5.12a (6 votes)

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1
neeko said on October 5th, 2014
good climb! just like all the 10's at the wall, simply harder. The crux in on the slab on some awesome pockets and the finish is on huge jugs.
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Anonymous said on January 27th, 2015
awesome pockets on this one! worth going back to the Stadium for
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ninesixfour said on May 4th, 2017
fun route
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JR said on December 2nd, 2017
Pulling from one comfortable mono to another comfortable mono is a delight!!! The lower crux is avoidable. The slab crux is sweet!!!!
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bcircell said on October 29th, 2018
Underrated route. Skipping the lower crux is silly, it's one of the cooler moves you'll get to do on a rope.