This is the first route you will come across after passing the south end of the bluff.
Gain the first bolt after 15 ft of easy climbing. A longer draw on the first bolt will hang better. Climb the increasingly steepening face (slab-near vertical) right of the bolts using horizontal seams and face holds. The route finishes with an interesting lie-back/undercling move to gain ledges right of the anchors.
"End" and "Curse" were both fun climbs, and the first time leader with me didn't think they were overbolted. Believe it or not, I had a great time just climbing instead of angrily calculating the # of bolts per ft...Thanks...
Great climb. The layback at the end is fun to pull. This area is just beautiful.
By Andy Hansen From: Longmont, Colorado Feb 28, 2010 rating: 5.85b16VI-15HVS 4c
Had a winter adventure on the way up to do Wisconsin's High Point. Stopped here and did this climb. The crag was a little dirty, as to be expected from nobody climbing on it in a while, but none the less, was a good 1st climb of the day. Sandstone is so cold even when the sun bakes on it.