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Getting past the lip of the first roof is the first difficulty; passing the second small roof is harder. Thin feet make the start a bear and getting the jug above the second roof is helpful.
This is the first route you see on the ledge trail of the Main Wall. It is an obvious landmark, an 8' roof right over the trail. Scramble up the pedestal/flake to the roof for the first bolt.
8 bolts, chains.
From: Phoenix, AZ
Apr 26, 2010
It's all about feet on this one. Actually found the lower roof to be the hardest, then found out there's a hidden crimpy hold that makes it easier. Took a few nice swings, which made it even more fun.
Apr 23, 2012
One move wonder, but fun.
From: Tucson, AZ
Oct 22, 2012
I actually found it to have three tricky sections, each separated by a rest. The lower roof is the physical crux while the upper two cruxes are technical. I felt elongated on some of the moves so it might be harder for short people.
|By Austin Sobotka|
May 5, 2013
Really good climbing, all three cruxes present good, differed challenges and fun movement. Thought it to be easier than submission.