This is an north-west facing arete around the corner west of Cheers -- the arete to the right of Wheres Mike. Follow the bolts with good hands and feet. Protection is easy to place from good stances. Watch out for loose rock on this one. Long chains at the top. This route got its name from the nutcase pilot that was buzzing the ridges in the area while the route was being developed.
Mixed. 3 bolts and gear to 1". I placed a #5 stopper and a Yellow Alien. Chain anchors.
|By Luke Bertelsen|
Feb 27, 2005
rating: 5.6 4c 14 V S 4b
This is a great warm up for the crag and it is a shame that there are not mor areas on Lemmon that have good first leads such as this climb. It is of decent length and well worth climbing.
|By 1Eric Rhicard|
Mar 7, 2013
This route needs some gear or you will have to run it out. Great to set up as a TR for beginners.
|By Hubert Cumberdale|
Apr 6, 2014
There is a very large flake that is just barely held on at the base of this route and a little to the right. I can shake the entire thing. Watch out.