this route follows the bolt line directly to the right of Plate Tectonics.
6 bolts and a nice two-bolt Muir Valley anchor with some rings.
The Start of 5th Bolt Faith
5th Bolt Faith
Rick testing his faith. October 2010.
|Comments on Fifth Bolt Faith
Mar 24, 2009
You can't see the fifth bolt from the ground, hence the name.
|By S. Neoh|
Oct 5, 2010
rating: 5.10c 6b 20 VII E2 5b
Tricky crux move but well protected.
|By Eamon Doyle|
From: La Canada, CA
Nov 20, 2011
If you stand back on the trail to the left of the climb as you approach, you can see the 5th bolt. From the bottom of the climb, it is certainly hidden by the crux.