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This is a great line and one of the harder offerings at the base of Cerberus Gendarme. Pretty straightforward: finger jams in a splitter crack and they get thin before the anchors, which is probably the crux for most people, as it was for me.
This route is about 150 feet right of Cherry Crack and ascends the obvious thin splitter that cuts through the clean face.
A bunch of finger-size pieces, including blue Metolius but no bigger than purple Camalot.
BETA PHOTO: finger and stemming testpiece
Photo: Niru Nukalapati
From: SL UT
Nov 10, 2008
A few .3 BD's were the perfect for the upper thin crack. Blue metolius were tipped. Not the best warm-up.
From: Springdale / Zion UT / Moab
Feb 23, 2009
Much harder then Dire Wolf...But really good none the less