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Some guys from Colorado on Ed's World. November 20...
Right of bunny slope, short hands to fingers in a slab
Past the hollow/brittle section and it gets real g...
|By John Bradford|
From: Lilongwe, Malawi
Oct 22, 2007
Start on top of the large rock in a finger crack and move right at the ledge. Small gear to # 1 camalots through the middle and top, with some smaller gear at the top as well.
|By Tavis Ricksecker|
From: Bishop, ca
Nov 26, 2007
This was a fun warmup, but beware the loose blocks guarding the access to the thin handcrack from the ledge. Pulling these moves, the gear to stop a groundfall was a #1 TCU placed in the hollow blocks. I doubt it would have held a fall.
Apr 7, 2010
Piece of sandstone came loose when i climbed it, fairly big one. Just under the beginning of the slanted crack that takes you to the anchors, bit to the bottom right of the climber's feet on the picture.
|By Cimbing Ivy|
From: Sierra northside
Apr 30, 2012
Very fun short climb that's atypical for the Creek. There are quite a few face and twin cracks options if you want to take a break from the "purity" of splitter crack techniques. Loose blocks section half way up the climb after the small ledge, but it's obvious enough and should be fine if you don't place gear in that section or blatantly pull on it outward... Good belay platform next to a shady pine. Sweet climb.
Gear beta: a yellow Alien placed up high in the jumbled loose blocks section provides security through the "death block" section.