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This route is located in the Middle Gorge Region at Tower Rock

Dog Days

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Anti-Gravity Acrobatics 5.10a X (Trad) **

First Ascent: Devin Pantess, Mark Johnson in 1991
Length: 70ft
Gear: (report bad anchors)

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This route ascends the arete to the right of Arachnid to a tree.
Descent: Rap from tree
Stays Dry:
Owner: NFS

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merrick said on November 4th, 2003
i took a look at this and this is definately not a sport route. it is a R trad climb with one bolt.
Danny said on July 20th, 2004
There is no bolt or piton on this route. You will deck if you fall moving though crux sections. This route is X rated.
CincySam said on January 5th, 2005
Its a highball boulder problem. 70 feet.
ynot said on July 25th, 2006
I agree with Danny. It should be X rated. Its a cool toprope after doing Arachnid.
Lander said on December 4th, 2007
Yeah, I don't know if anybody really did it on lead back in the day. We used to just TR it after climbing Arachnid.
rjackson said on May 25th, 2009
Climb Arachnid then set a directional off the large tree at the top of the arete. Some pretty cool moves. Halfway up look down and be glad you aren't on lead.
veela-valoom said on July 29th, 2019
More fun than expected until we ran out of holds. Just enough holds to be thoughtful but fun until that point. Pretty easy to set-up the directional on the tree from the anchors of Arachnid for a toprope.