Drop the Anchor

This route is located in the Eastern Gorge Region at Eastern Sky Bridge Ridge

Soul Ram


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Shelter From the Storm 5.11d (Trad) ***

First Ascent: Kellyn Gorder in 1998
Length: 100ft
Gear: (report bad anchors)

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Directly left of the end of the approach trail is an obvious, thin dihedral beginning about 30 feet up. Climb the crack to some anchors.
"R" rated Previously an aid route known as "Heavy Weather" 5.8 A2 John Bronaugh, Jim Link, 1995
Moves: Fingers
Descent: Rap anchors
Stays Dry:
Owner: NFS
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Anonymous said on November 1st, 2009
did this route yesterday... fun route but it should have ended 20 feet lower. the top 20 feet is chossy climbing and it doesn't add to the route what-so-ever. also, to the anchors where they currently are, this route is at least 100 feet long. you need about 20 more feet of rope than what is required for Commencement, which is listed as 90 feet long. One last note... not sure where the "R" rating comes from... seemed to take gear the whole way. it takes some small pro (small wires and tiny cams), but this doesn't make it "R" rated. there are routes at Seneca that are considered PG-13 that are more run-out than this route. With all of that being said, it was an awesome route (except for the last 20 feet).
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njclimber said on November 18th, 2017
To whoever cleaned my bail gear off this route: did you send? I didn't think anyone ever did this route. It deserves more traffic. Enjoy your new tricams my friend.