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Dave leading Directissima
From the base of Sunday Slab, Directissima climbs 100' past three bolts to a two-bolt anchor at mid-way. Rappel (you may have to leave a biner if its gone), or climb past two more bolts, then over a roof protected by a cam to belay at the top of the slab. Great route.
a half dozen draws and a light rack for the last belay.
Looking up the 2nd pitch of Directissima.
|By daniel c|
From: San Francisco, CA
Jun 1, 2009
rating: 5.7 PG13
Run out to first bolt. Slab-tastic for sure. I felt like my feet were going to pop the entire way. But not that steep so 5.7 rating is fair.
|By Will Rynes|
From: Seaside CA
Oct 28, 2012
First bolt was slightly run out but not bad. The anchor at the end of P1 had webbing with a rap ring on it. Only found one bolt on P2 which had a sling girth-hitched through it with a carabiner on the end. The book that I have shows a two bolt anchor at the top which I never saw (might have missed it). Ended up traversing right, below the roof placing a couple cams, over to P2 of center crack. Clipped a bolt and finished at the two bolt anchor on P2 of that route.