This featureless low-angle slab is great for working those feet! Delicate smears and good balance will get you up.
The route starts on a large ledge above Boogaloo direct. Follow the obvious line of bolts between the two right-facing dihedrals.
6 bolts, rap rings on top
|By Adam Stackhouse|
Oct 8, 2006
rating: 5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- 19 E2 5b
Looking at the face as a whole, this face route climbs between the two major lieback cracks on the upper section of Big Rock. This route is the best of the three starting at the ledge at the terminus of Boogaloo Direct. Lots 'o feet as described.
|By Bill Olszewski|
From: Colorado Springs, CO
May 1, 2007
Balance is definately the key. This climb redefines the term "hold." Fun, fun, my second favorite at BR. Definately try this one!
May 20, 2007
Doug Tilleskjor and I did the FA of this route in 1969 or 1970. Fun climb.
|By Benjamin Chapman|
From: Small Town, USA
Mar 27, 2013
Hey DonC.......Thank you for coming forth and sharing your knowledge of the FA of "Let It Bleed." It's great that folks are sharing their knowledge and shedding some light on the history and climbers that established the climbs at Big Rock. What a great route. My 1st time up it was in a pair of EBs.
|By Randy in Ridgecrest|
From: Inyokern, CA
Apr 14, 2013
My first 10+, 1975, wearing EB's! What a difference EBs made.
|By William Nelson|
From: Cave Creek, AZ
Jan 21, 2014
rating: 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ 18 E1 5a
Great route to practice your smearing and balance. Bolts paced closer together than easier routes. Makes this feel less intimidating and more like sport climbing