|Twelve Pack Wall
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The route starts two routes to the left of Unknown 2. Look for a triangular roof. Climb a crack through the roof, onto a dihedral, then finish with a crack on a wall to the top. There was enough loose rock on this route nobody wanted to second me. I had to knock down a beachball-sized rock (I almost pulled it onto myself) and promise not to disturb the half of ton of gravel on top before anyone would come up. Needless to say, I would avoid this route.
This is on the leftside of the Twelve Pack Wall. Walk down to the right.
Standard rack, I went up a ways to build an anchor away from all the rubble (long slings).
The route finishes on the crack. Above and slight...
BETA PHOTO: The route.
|Comments on Briefcase Fulla Blues
|By Jay Eggleston|
Apr 30, 2013
rating: 5.7 5a 15 V+ MVS 4b
Maybe this has cleaned up in the last few years, because I did not encounter much rubble or loose rock. There is lots of gravel on top though. I don't recommend the route unless you have done everything else in the area. I can see why it is not recommended in the guidebook, but it is not too bad.