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Erik Wolfe hitting the crux hold on the FA
Climb past an arch and balance/reach/jump (?) through the crux roof (5.10d). The moves through the roof may be more difficult for those of shorter stature. Continue up slabby moves and fun moderate climbing to a second tricky move and a unique hold,then balance up to the anchors.
Located on the far right side of the Saddle Peak/Corpse Wall formation.
Just right of Route 10.
5 bolts, chain anchors.
Apr 16, 2012
The 10+ move on this climb is the bouldery roof move right at the the first bolt. Crux difficulty may be somewhat height-dependent and the rating is not yet fixed while we get a consensus. Fun, moderate, balancy climbing after the roof. Climb still has a fair amount of lichen, but clean holds and footholds are present and some traffic will improve it.
|By Tristan B|
From: La Crescenta, CA
Jun 22, 2012
Pretty fun route. The start was real tricky, but I used a small flake down and left instead of the left sloper and it made the move way easier. I'd say it's a 10d but all the other moves are 5.9-5.10a.
|By Benjamin Chapman|
Jul 3, 2012
Fun moves and good protection. I really enjoyed this route, enough that we've repeated it on several occasions. The pull over the roof is much easier if you're 6 ft. or taller. Take care clipping the 4th bolt as a fall onto a ledge is possible.