Climb the left-leaning corner up the slab, and through overlaps to the left side of the large roof. Jam across the roof, and out it's right side (crux) into a moderate hand crack. Although the roof is the crux, the climbing below it is quite sustained and fun.
This is just left around the corner of the horse hoof with Glue Factory and DVSP.
Standard rack, bolted anchor.
The roof at the top.
Kevin working it out.
|By Lew Strong|
From: Loveland/Vail, CO
Aug 12, 2014
The crux of this route is really burly. Not being flexible enough to get my foot up to chest level to jam it in the lip of the crack, campusing off of good hand jams seemed like the only solution. The right wall is smooth and sloped away. The roof is truly horizontal. There might be some trick. There is a scary, wedged flake near the bottom where the climb first becomes vertical. Good route.