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Climbing begins on an easy pillar followed by moderate climbing into a stout, thin, reachy crux.
Fatter fingered climbers will find the crux more difficult, the key crux hold is a thin, shallow, two finger-half pad pocket.
The guide has 12c and the beta photo 12d. I couldn't decide, so I split the difference. It seemed too thin for 12c to me.
Start on an easy pillar between M&M
7 bolts, 2 cold shuts at the anchors.
By Darryl Roth
Jan 19, 2012
The rating... who knows. I just know that when I put it up, Richard Aschert and I both thought it was 12d, and we were tweaking Shelf thin piss holds pretty well then.
Apr 8, 2012
That's good enough for me, I updated the info. Can't wait to get back on it.
By Nate Liles
Oct 25, 2015
Rebolted in 2015. Hardware courtesy of the ASCA. Consider a donation today @ safeclimbing.org.