Obvious thin crossing crack/grooves.
My recollection is it was more about face climbing than fingers. Climb it as a left to right system ?
Don't remember much. I think it was a one pitch climb with some thin moves in an area lacking some pro ? Bit of a challenging lead?
If someone has repeated this, fill in the details
I between Black Douglas and Kingsnake.
Should be recognizable due to a fixed pin,
I think near the X where the two thin cracks cross.
Shares anchor with Black Douglas.
one fixed piece, wires and thin TCUs ?
|By JJ Schlick|
From: Flagstaff, AZ
Jan 3, 2013
I followed Dan Foster on this line some ten or eleven years back. The climbing was alright, maybe some hollow holds here and there, and it is a serious lead.
|By Paul Davidson|
Apr 30, 2014
Matches my memory JJ. Not for everyone.