Varied climbing, with somewhat tricky gear placements, up the corner to a distinct crux at a small roof just below the anchors. You'll need to employ all of your climbing skills on this one to succeed.
The obvious left-facing corner on the left end of the east face between Grinder on the right and John Hartman's Proud Rock Climb on the left.
Gear to 3", bolted anchor/rap
Stemming below the final overhang.
|By rex parker|
From: las vegas n.v
Jul 24, 2013
at least 3, .3 cams help out.
|By John Pan|
Jul 9, 2014
BETA below. Don't read if you don't want Beta.
1) Bring a lot of smaller cams. I used all my X4's .1-.4.
2) a .5 fits well just under the roof crux.
|By Mike McL|
From: South Lake Tahoe, CA
Aug 4, 2014
As others have said, emphasis on small gear for this one. This climb eats up nuts, especially offsets. I placed 1 blue camalot and 1 green camalot, and everything else was smaller. Tiny cams are useful. Of course, YMMV.
Really cool climb requiring a variety of techniques. I found it to be very well protected.