The Big Chill 180 m, 5.11+ A0 or 5.12a

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The climb is Located to the right of the Maker and was originally attempted by the late Simon Parboosingh
and Anthony Neilson. After several years of neglect it was pushed to the top of the wall, which took two
days due to very cold temperatures on the first attempt. The first pitch thwarted several attempts
by Andy and goes with a hang on the crux due to a lack of stamina and raw fingers. This pitch
was redpointed in 2002 by R. Slawinski. The grade was confirmed at 12a and took a couple of
attempts to get it clean. Although there are lots of bolts this climb is not a sport route.
You will require a rack to 3.5” with TCU’s and long draws, double ropes are recommended.

Andy Generaux, J. Marshall
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