Probably the easiest route on The Wall. Has 2 precarious looking blocks, we load tested them both but be careful and pull at your own risk.
Go to the far right end of The Wall and scramble up a gully to the base of the obvious splitter hand crack with 2 blocks.
Many gold and blue camalots with a couple reds at the top
|By chris Kalous|
Mar 28, 2008
Cool. I remember seeing this line a while back. I am glad somebody did it. There are a couple more in between this and the main wall, too, I think. Looks good.
From: Durango, CO
Jan 6, 2009
little harder than 10-
plain ol' 5.10
|By Phill T|
Sep 14, 2009
10- seems a great grade. straight in jamming perfect hands with a pair of great rests. I'm always gripped at the creek and I was literally singing a little tune while I flaunted my way up this. My first clean lead at the creek too!
Nov 26, 2012
rating: 5.10- 6a 18 VI+ E1 5a
what a great route, an amazing find for such a late year (as with most routes at the wall).