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The crux is near the top where the holds get thinner and it gets steeper.
This is the leftmost route. It uses the same start as for N.B.T., but veer left, up the middle of the column....
Small gear! No bolts, no anchors. Sneak right to the sport rings.
Per derek peavey: with the permission of the F.A. (Mike C.), the route now has 6 bolts and an anchor.
|Comments on Holy Mackerel
|By derek peavey|
Feb 2, 2012
With the permission of the F.A. (Mike C.), the route now has 6 bolts and an anchor. This route provides a better warmup to the cliff and is also a great 5.10 for those who aren't trying the hard stuff.
|By Dave Clark 5.10|
From: Golden, CO
Feb 23, 2012
rating: 5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- E2 5b
Thanks for the bolts, Derek. Nice job, nice route.