The face just right of Period Piece climbs up to pleasureable roof moves on big holds. This is surprisingly solid and has a nice position.
7 bolts to chains.
Wes on the roof of Light Days.
|By Rex Mammel|
Apr 27, 2002
I tried to glue some of the holds using liquid nails stone and block adhesive. I don't know how successful this was so I would recommend that the belayer stand under the roof to avoid rockfall danger. I am also ammenable to upgrading the route to 11b if anyone can confirm. %:_)
|By Anonymous Coward|
Nov 26, 2002
I would say two 11b cruxes (by the second bolt and at the big roof.)
|By Brandon Schirm|
From: colorado springs, co
Apr 7, 2008
I think it was 11a. It's not that hard over the roof once you find the holds.
|By Crag Dweller|
From: Denver, CO
Mar 7, 2010
Really nice route with enjoyable moves. There is a chunk of rock that will likely come off in the not too distant future that people may want to be aware of.
It's the block of stone that was, IMO, the most obvious left hand for the start and, based on rubber smear, is used a lot as a foot hold in the moves past the first bolt.
It's too low to be a danger for the belayer but, if it came off as someone was pulling onto the route it could lead to a surprising deck fall that would be short but could still do some damage.