|Type: ||Trad, Sport, 1 pitch|
|Consensus: || YDS: 5.11b French: 6c Ewbanks: 23 UIAA: VIII- British: E3 5c [details]|
|FA: ||Andy Brown, Rick Guerrieri, Jeff Rickerl, 1996|
|Page Views: ||543|
|Submitted By: ||Jeff Lockyer on Nov 8, 2001|
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BETA PHOTO: Jurassic Park, showing the major formations.
This route climbs a narrow bolted pillar, the rock is fairly dirty and the moves are not so continuous. You could climb this route in several ways, at the same time clipping the bolts on the pillar. Bearhugging the pillar straight up would seem to be the intended way. Either way not so classic! Once you gain the top of the pillar, getting to easy ground, sling a boulder for an anchor and walk off to the left, back down to the gully to the base of the route.
5 bolts on the pillar - Sling rocks atop for anchor or bring mixed natural gear for anchor. - Walk off to the left to descend.
This route is located in a gully between the two obvious walls at this area on the left side of the trail (facing away from the lake). You will have to scramble through some bushes, etc. to get to the base of this route, there should be an obvious roof just right and downhill from the base of this route.