Climb the arete (left or right side) to the roof. Move right and continue past the thin face to the top.
Arete to the right of Baby Bear.
Natural Anchors. You might need around 25 ft of webbing.
|By Matt Westlake|
Feb 21, 2010
This one is fun and has several variations possible. Staying mostly on the left side is a bit more of a challenge. Kind of a pain to rig an anchor though. Would be nice to discover a bolted anchor up there one day. I think it's a nice contrast to the style of the other bears.
From: Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Nov 22, 2011
There are now bolted anchors at the top of this route!! They were just put in a week or two ago i believe!