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Climb a ledgy face to a steep pull past a giant chockstone. Stem and/or chimney up a corner with two wide cracks clipping bolts on the face to the left. Make a delicate traverse move onto the face to the left of the corner and up to a good ledge. Finish with an airy step out to the right to reach the anchors.
This is the middle route at the head of the steep eroding slope.
13 bolts to rap hangers.
By Russell Fogle
From: Boise, ID
Jan 3, 2015
Bit of a meandering mountaineer's route. These routes would be decent if it weren't for the approach and belay pad. To belay you brace yourself on the steep sloughing gully and try to keep sloughing dirt out of your shoes and off your rope.