|Consensus:||YDS: 5.10b French: 6a+ Ewbanks: 19 UIAA: VII- ZA: 19 British: E2 5b [details]|
|FA:||Tom Heins, 1990|
|Submitted By:||David Tvedt on Apr 17, 2006|
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By Reid Randall
Jul 29, 2013
|Fun route, though the crux (boulder-y, within the first few bolts), could be a little spicy if one were to fall whilst/prior to cranking over the vertical section onto the slab finish. Also, as of late June of 2013, the last bolt hanger (prior to the hangers at the top/finish) is missing, which means it is "run out" at the top. However, the last 2/3 of this climb is essentially 5.6 slab, so the missing hanger is not that big of a deal.|
By Nate Ball
From: Portland, OR
Aug 22, 2014
rating: 5.9- 5c 17 VI 16 HVS 4c
|This route is a bomb. Huge holds last for three moves through an overhang. Romp up a loose, 4th-class arete to the top, where anchors bolted to the level rock at the top do not have chains and cannot facilitate lowering or rappelling. My partner (a girl) and I both agreed that this route goes at 5.9 at most... if you are desperate enough to do it.|
By Erik Keever
Mar 28, 2015
As of 3/26/15, last bolt still has no hanger.
Rope drag was immense. If I ever climb it again, I'll bring my street shoes & walk off from the anchor.
The boulder crank is fun but the scramble above is pointless. This route ought to end with an anchor at the 4th bolt.
By Nathan Collins
Apr 27, 2015
|I also recommend walking off; there's an easy scramble back down close to the right (facing the wall from the bottom, so to the left facing back down after topping out). We added a second rapid link, but there are still no chains, and the rope drag will be crazy no matter what is done.|