Begin on the distinct layback crack splitting the low angle eastern face of the cliff. Traverse left to avoid the roof and belay at a low angle ledge. Pitch 2: Continue left climbing over some blobby face. Run it out up the easy slab and belay anywhere convenient.
Walk around to the east shoulder slabs and begin on the distinct layback crack splitting the low angle face. Walk off by scrambling down the gully on the north western side of the crag.
Gear to 4 inches...tri cams tcu's and long runners useful.
|Comments on Annie's Lament
|By Dan Bachen|
Mar 8, 2010
Falcon guide has beta mixed up but route is easy enough with out it. Went right at roof and up short corner crack them belayed at moat. Second pitch was low 5th and didn't see any value in slinging horns (only pro) belayed at tree on top.