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BETA PHOTO: The beautiful, yet short, crack section that is Ar...
Great over hanging crack on the Identity Wall; short but sweet!
The left side of Identity Wall
singles of finger to hand sized pieces
Nov 6, 2009
it's a huge boulder problem 30' off the deck.
gear, well i don't know i haven't used gear in there in awhile, much less a rope. A second pitch goes up, not on the bolts, but up the weakness to the left. Suspect rock will be encountered.
if roped, there are two bolts that you can access to the right of a corner and top rope the second pitch of the dude, 11b.
rappel, or walk off.
|By Dan Bachen|
Mar 8, 2010
Not an R, protection is good. I used .75-3 BD C4 for the route in that order. Also can be done with in an hour of the parking lot so not a grade III
|By Ryan Anderson|
Apr 20, 2010
Protects fine with 2-3 cams. no doubles required. Good jams, too bad it is so short.
From: Bozeman, MT
Aug 18, 2011
Not sure why you changed your handle from your real name (Josh Kornisch) to 54321, perhaps to protect your ego?
This route IS regularly "bouldered" due to how short it is and the unbelievably secure nature of the jams. Also, it is possible to get off without a rope - just traverse left from the top of the crack instead of moving out right on the large ledge with chains. Meet up with the top of classic crack and finish out on that climb. If you are not comfortable soloing this route than you probably want to rope up on this finish.
It seems to me that you are the one who is contributing the useless/inaccurate information. Why do you feel the need to post all of the climbs that you have posted in the last week or so without providing anymore beta than the climbing MT guidebook does? Some of the descriptions even appear to be copied right from the book...you're not the only mountain projecter who lives in MT, if you want to contribute something that is actually useful to a visiting climber you will probably receive a much more positive reaction. Have you even climbed the routes that you are submitting? The giggler? gourmet almond butter? If so, why don't you provide some sort of description instead of leaving the pages essentially blank?
Also, why is everything pg-13? What does that mean?