Begin on a small ledge with a tree. Climb face with a vertical seam, pockets and some horizontal cracks past 12 bolts. First bolt is a little high, can climb straight up to it, or traverse to it from the left, both options have bomber holds, but a fall here could send you down a nasty scree chute.
Hackberry Creek area, tall buttress approximately 30 feet north of the waterfall. Scramble down the left side of the waterfall. Belay in a gully/ there's tree there you can use as an anchor.
12 bolts to 2 cold shuts, 1 double-rope rap down.
|By roman d|
From: Pasadena, CA
Jan 30, 2010
rating: 5.7 5a 15 V+ MVS 4b
Fun climb! I'm guessing many of the bolts could be skipped in favor of gear placements if so desired...
70 m rope will get you within 3-5m of the belay ledge. Easy to swing left and downclimb the gully. Chains on top are nice change of pace from all the webbing out here.