Beak to the Future starts about 30 feet right of Beaking in Tongues.
1st pitch involves some very run-out 5.10 climbing with no pro till you can place a couple small Peckers. Continue right passing a couple bolts to belay. Rock is good.
2nd pitch passes a couple bolts to a pretty good Beak seam/small cams as I remember. Maybe some free climbing? End pitch at two bolt anchor.
Pitch 3 starts with a couple bolts and moves onto the Mud Shield crack system which is a total splitter to the end of the pitch.
Pitch 4 starts in a good crack that slowly gets wider till you hit the 5.10 squeeze crux. I had to take everything off just to fit in. If you are much bigger than me (5'10, 160) you might have issues.
Pitch 5 continues off left passing a fat crack and ends about 25 feet up the last pitch of Fantasia.
Follow Fantasia to the top.
Rap the route.
5 x #1 Peckers
20 x #2 Peckers
15 x #3 Peckers
6 x Spectres
2 x cams small to #5
This is a really good STEEP route. BTW, the A2+ might seem easy or it might seem not so easy depending on your situation.
BETA PHOTO: TOPO
Summit! Boy it was cold!
Beaking in Tongues in blue, Beak to the Future in ...
Jugging pitch one. You can see where the route goe...
More pitch 4 action.
Looks like the gear was in a cat's litter box.
What a beauty!
Paul on pitch 3. This is the MONEY pitch of the ro...
Long way to go.
|By Steve "Crusher" Bartlett|
Dec 30, 2012
yeah! Sounds and looks like a very cool route, fantastic job putting that together!
The face under that side of the Oracle is the absolute best in or anywhere near the Fishers, so steep and big and featureless and cool.
|By Andrew Gram|
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Jan 2, 2013
I think pretty much everyone realizes that a rack calling for 40+ beaks is most likely not really A2+.
Looks awesome! Love your trip report.
|By Jeremy Aslaksen|
From: Albuquerque, NM
Jan 28, 2013
Grade updated to something more realistic. Don't tell Paul.