This route is just left of a slabby top-roping area on a small buttress that almost goes into the road. Climb up the slab past bolt and pitons to a short finger crack to a ledge with anchors. The slab is probably is harder for shorter people.
A bolt and two fixed pitons at the start, a few finger sized cams for the upper crack.
Clean rock, nice moves, plenty of pro (bring small to mid cams). Belayer can run for shelter if a truck heads too close.
By Braxtron From: ... May 5, 2008 rating: 5.106b20VII-19E2 5b
Did this route again yesterday and it feels like solid 5.10 now. Edges on the first half are much more smooth (and the incipient crack is wider) than they were 4yrs ago due to all the traffic this route gets. It's very well-protected so don't be scurred. Gear to .75".
Also, there are no longer any pitons. They were upgraded to standard bolts w/hangers a few years ago.
By Rob C. From: Freeport, ME Oct 31, 2010 rating: 5.10-6a18VI+18E1 5a
Short and sweet. Solid Jams.
By John Braun From: Hendersonville, NC May 9, 2011
Anyone know what the bolted line is to the left of Fistful? It starts a few feet left, climbs the slab to the arete and up to the same anchors.
By Joe Huggins From: 666 Rue le Jour-Edge City Oct 26, 2011