Follow the air conditioned crack (thin hands; crux) up to a ledge. Continue on somewhat broken rock to the top. A fun lead that takes good gear. The broken rock towards the top is a little suspect, but i felt pretty good about all my placements there.
From the Indian Head feauture continue left around the rock scrambling to the based of the crack.
Standard rack. A few extra thin hands sized pieces if you really want to sew up the bottom crack. Standard top rope setup, maybe a little extra webbing, I remember the placements being a bit spaced out.
|By Adam MN|
Jul 16, 2011
rating: 5.7 5a 15 V+ 13 MVS 4b
Four stars for the cold air on hot days. Great to warm up/cool down on.
|By Eric Olson|
Sep 22, 2012
45.396681 N, 92.653404° W (top)
|By Adam Reinhardt|
Oct 20, 2012
Boo to the person who marked the top of the route with paint to make setup easier to find.
|By Nate Flink|
From: Minneapolis, MN
Jul 7, 2013
Topped out on lead today to hear loud buzzing sound - huge bee hive in the tree about 20 feet out from the route. Bees of some kind were swarming en mass