|Dear John Buttress
A bouldery start, protected by thin gear, leads to a section of good hands. The line finishes on a flared finger splitter and face moves.
The splitter crack right of the God of Thunder corner variations. The anchor is independent of the corner variations.
Single rack from 0.5-2". Bolted anchor.
James putting in a burn on God of Thunder. 7/2012.... caughtinside cruising the redpoint of God of Thund...
|Comments on God of Thunder (5.11b Variation)
From: Vacaville Ca.
Jul 24, 2012
rating: 5.11a 6c 22 VII+ E3 5c
This variation has been the standard for 5.11a for a long time at the leap.
From: Oakland CA
Jul 25, 2012
Really? That's the first I've heard it called .11a. I'm not sure you're wrong, but the white and green guides both have it at .11b. The carville is a mess as usual. I've always thought this one is easier than Black Pyre though.
Jan 28, 2013
rating: 5.11a/b 6c 23 VIII- E3 5c
Tough for the first 15 or so feet, great hands, fingers, and a slopey finish afterwards. THe 2nd pitch looks awesome, but sadly, I had neither the gear nor the chutzpah to lead it.