Unimpeachable Groping, 5.10b
font size=2>7th Pitch- 160’- 5.8/ My partner stopped at the rappel station short of the belay ledge, making this a full 200’. The ground from the rappel station to the ledge is no more difficult than 5.8 if you want to split it up this way, but that does make for a hanging belay. Once you are on the ledge, you are at an intersection with Ginger Cracks, a popular 5.9 trad route that follows the corner to your right. Unimpeachable Groping continues up a spaced bolt line above which eventually gains the left arête. All easy climbing, but the rock is a little mossy as it is north facing at this point. On the pillar summit, there is a bolted rappel that you can tie into whilst bringing up the 2nd.
Unimpeachable Groping, 5.10b, 7 Pitches, Ginger Buttress, Rainbow Mountain, Red Rock, NV, March, 2009