This is the furthest right route on Irok. The start is somewhat uphill on a sloping ramp. The first 3 bolts are the crux involving slab and face climbing. Near the top, step left onto the steep face and search for holds. Care must be taken in the vicinity of the roof to avoid loose rock. This is the easiest route at the crag.
6 bolts + anchors.
Doug above the delicate lower crux.
The upper cru...
|By Anonymous Coward|
Aug 9, 2003
Someone please tell me this is a bad joke T Zilla rap drilla, what the hell is that? Irok, if not, has your head exploded from ego swell yet? Spineless and incompetent? Bla, bla, bla.
|By Gern Blinston|
Aug 10, 2003
Irok topo, route #7. I left the piton in for you cowards, bla bla bla 1.800.fixe. Works. Good, so.