The crux is probably exiting a short crack that is located about 10 meters from the "block" - a precarious looking boulder about 12 meters off the ground - and, only one move. Beautiful line, wonderful moves, nice position, and excellent overhanging finish.
Protects well. Standard rack. Cams up to #2 (a #3 camalot protects the last roof move)
|By Larry Coats|
Sep 1, 2007
First ascent: Ross Hardwick, Larry Coats, Dugald Bremner (late 70's)
Jun 27, 2012
rating: 5.9 5c 17 VI HVS 5a
Pretty good but not as much as Isiah and not quite as hard. Pretty interesting detached blocks in the roof. Solid enough I guess. #3 C4 didn't help in the roof, I just got a little higher and plugged a bomber #2.
|By JJ Schlick|
From: Flagstaff, AZ
Aug 3, 2013
Been a long time since I have been on this pitch. It's hard to see from the base. Awesome finish.