By manuel rangel From: Tempe, Arizona Jun 12, 2011 rating: 5.12a7a+25VIII+25E5 6a
I thought it was harder than 11. I fell all over the start, worked it til I pumped out at the top. Hard to see the good holds. That makes it feel as if I'm climbing something new instead of following a line...
By J. Snyder From: Flagstaff, Arizona Jul 2, 2011 rating: 5.12a7a+25VIII+25E5 6a
The first 15 ft or so is a super tech moderately hard boulder problem followed by some straight forward climbing. Keep it together because the chains are guarded by another 10 foot section of powerful bouldering moves to small elusive holds. Enjoy!
By Karl K From: Phoenix, AZ Sep 25, 2011 rating: 5.11c/d7a24VIII25E4 6a
Powerful, balancy moves. Esp down low. May favor the tall? At the very least, it favors the strong. Very fun!
By Hugo Almanza From: Phoenix,AZ Apr 28, 2013 rating: 5.11+7a24VIII24E4 6a
Amazing double cruxes, getting of the ground requires precision technique more than strength. The last crux, aka the heartbreaker, guards the chains. The last crux is somewhat elusive and if you veer more right could be harder than 12a. Once you find the key hold it flows well. Try it!!!
By Chad McCollum From: Phoenix, AZ May 15, 2013 rating: 5.12a7a+25VIII+25E5 6a
Hold broke today, the gaston just right of 6th draw before the dyno to the jug. It is still usable although quite dirty. Great route, sustained and harder than 11. My vote is 12a especially now with a little hold revision. Lot of soft stuff, be careful.
Really great climb. 11c seems about right, although an on-sight attempt may be worthy of a 12a (it would be quite tricky to find the last move without any beta). If you're at the Library, give it a shot!