Overhanging face with some good moves utilizing sidepulls on thin flakes. The climb is a bit of a one-move wonder; most of the climbing is 10ish with one move in 5.11 grade.
Located just around the corner to the left of Puppy Chow and Chihuahua Power.
Bolts: well protected. Chains for rappel/lower.
|By Andy Bennett|
From: Tucson, AZ
Apr 26, 2014
Thanks to the ASCA, we recently replaced the suspect anchors at the top of this climb with bomber 1/2" hardware. Bring a double-length sling or two to set up a toprope, as the new anchor sits back a bit from the edge. Thanks also to Alex Brummer for helping out with the replacement.
Several of the other anchors on this cliff have bolts that easily spin in their holes, perhaps due to the grainy and loose nature of the capstone. Bring a wrench along to test and tighten them. We'll try to get back there soon to shore things up.
The anchor for Puppy Chow and Chihuahua Power is fine.