Don't deny yourself the pleasure of climbing this route. The two pitches are best done as one long one-- the longer you can go the better, right?
P1. Climb up ramps and cracks to the ledge. So-so climbing, easy 5.7.
P2. A great pitch. Pull past the bulge lurking over the chains (crux), then head up the face above. Stellar moves for the grade, continuous and great position.
P1-- 6 bolts, P2-- 11 bolts. Two single rope rappels to the ground.
|By Kai Segrud|
Mar 12, 2008
Definitely best to trick your partner into doing the first pitch so you can swap leads and get the second.
From: grass valley, ca
Sep 2, 2009
Great views from the large flat area above the top anchors. Mountain tops poking through the clouds backlight by the setting sun...
|By Mark Roberts|
From: Vancouver, BC
Aug 16, 2010
Thought this route was nicer than Emil or Charlotte's Web. Linked both pitches with eleven draws...there are way too many bolts and I skipped a few.
|By Mark van Eijk|
Nov 24, 2011
I second Kai's comment, the second pitch is the money. Steep jugs to super fun face climbing with a wee bit of finger crack thrown in. Wonderful warm up, very safely bolted, great views of the tantalus range, and an easy walk off. What's not to like?