This route climbs the roof head on, and it is quite a lot of fun. Climb the dihedral past some shallow cams to reach a bomber camelot. Continue past a pin to the top. Gear belay. Rap from tree on "Supercrimp".
Located in the hanging garden. This climbs the huge "First in Flight" roof via the obvious left facing dihedral to the right of the climb "First in Flight".
Medium rack of cams. Gunk style (or Moores style)tied off friends work good in the first couple of shallow placements.
|By sean barb|
From: winston salem, north carolina,
Apr 30, 2009
you'll likely experience a tad bit o' exposure once you pass the sloping rail. rigid stemmed friends are damn near necessary as flex cabled units would likely rip if you fell. this is one of those curious situations where the rigid stem 'levers' or 'pitons' to create reliable pro.