Climb the flake to a break, and then continue up the slab to the left of the bushes set in the rockface.
7 bolts to anchors.
|By Thomas Beck|
From: Las Vegas, Nevada
Apr 18, 2013
After top roping Port of Call following Doug's lead, I anticipated more soft bad rock. No way I was gonna lead this one or belay Doug leading it. i moved the rope to the anchor from the top
I was pleasantly surprised. There were still some dirty questionable holds but nothing really broke off. The moves were varied and more technical; for the most part the rock was better than the middle route. Fairly graded. I'd lead it if I ever go back. Bolts are well placed.
|By Edward Pyune|
From: Las Vegas, NV
Mar 14, 2013
The positioning of the first anchor creates quite a bit of rope drag between the first and second bolt. A couple of extended draws on the first (and third?) bolt will help