A worthy climb on the Llama Wall that is located just to the left of Wannabe Llamas on the far right hand side of the area in front of a few pine trees. Don't confuse a newer bolted 5.12 line to the lest of this, we did, and it threw us for a loop.
Climb up a steeper section of jugs to start to climb and keep working your way up underneath a little roof. Follow the bolt line to the right of the roof and more technical climbing than what you encountered down low. The climbing didn't actually feel very hard for the grade. The crux for us was making a clip a little bit above the mini-roof section while using a heel hook to stay stabilized. Overall a nice fun climb that offers up a bit a variety throughout.
Smith Rock State Park, OR
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