Fun route definitely a worthwhile addition to the wall, a little less pocket pulling and a little more technical through the crux section involving a mini arrete bulge formation about halfway up.
The bolted line left of third degree, making it the leftmost route on the wall.
First two bolts of The Third Degree make for the start, then move left up 3 more bolts. Anchors.
|By Kyle Wills|
From: San Diego CA
May 31, 2011
Whomever bolted this line needs to go ahead and give us a name. Its seems everyone 'knows about it' and talks about, so lets have a name here people.
|By Bryon Martin|
Jul 22, 2012
Nobody -- except me -- can miss the giant X chalked onto the perilously loose block near the crux. Hard to believe it's still there. (Not for lack of yarding on my part.)
Here's a name with no relation to the crag: X Marks the Not.
|By Adrian L|
Jan 2, 2014
I asked Bill Leventhal (who bolted this route) on August 10, 2013 for the name and he said it's called Cockblock (5.10d). Can you update the name, please?