|1,765 page views|
Dede is following P1. P2 angles up and left, whil...
Three pitch's 10a,10d,10b The best pitch and the crux are the 2nd. The third pitch does not follow the natural line but rather goes straight up after pulling a very exposed move onto the large flake.
The route is on the east face around and left of the popular SkyLine route. You can make three rappels with one rope back to the base and your packs.
Mostly bolts but could supplement with a light rack. Small to medium
|Comments on Morning Glory
|By tom selleck|
Oct 3, 2007
You can also just rap to the ground uphill of where you started in one rap and do a little downhill hiking back to the base. Probably faster than doing three raps. Great route!
|By Andy Laakmann|
From: Bend, OR
Oct 3, 2007
You can make one rap from the top with a 60m rope (just makes it) from the Skyline anchors. Those anchors are located right at the top of the formation.
|By Mike Minson|
From: Boulder, CO
Oct 5, 2010
Two 60 m ropes get you to the ground in one rap. Climbing in a threesome sets this up perfectly.
|By Finn the Human|
From: The Land of Ooo
Sep 19, 2011
Did this climb yesterday, and we were a little thrown off by the third pitch. After the first 3 bolts there was an unexpected runout on easy climbing. It was nothing really dangerous, but it wasn't mentioned in the book. It wouldn't hurt to have another bolt somewhere in there.
The bouldery start of P3 on the big flake definitely made the climb for me! I would also recommend continuing up to the Skyline anchors and rapping from there.
|By Erik S. Gillis|
May 15, 2013
I agree the second pitch is what makes this one worth it. For the last pitch we did a variation where we followed the crack/corner till it ended and then headed straight up the face. My guess is the rating is still around 10a or b only cause the first move off the second pitch belay is that hard, other than that the rest is pretty easy with a runout 5-4 or so. No additional bolt is needed here.