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BETA PHOTO: 5) Flee Flicker 6) Fleeting Glimpse 7) Lisa Fal...
This starts in the same right facing crack that Lisa Falls Right climbs, but it continues into the nice finger crack after Lisa Falls Right climbs the face above. Continue until the end of the finger crack, and then pop over the roof on your left. Climb the thin seams that don't protect well for a bit, and then start an angling ramble to the left and the base of the flake on Lisa Falls Right. Finish up with that climb. 2 1-rope rappels.
2 bolts at the top are the anchor. Small to medium gear for the lower part of the climb, the upper flake protected well with medium SLCD's. Bring some runners--at least 3.
|By Andrew Gram|
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Jun 16, 2005
This is a much better route than Lisa Falls Right. The climbing is more continuous, logical, and sustained. There is a runout, but the fall would probably not injure you if you blew it. Best 5.5 in LCC.
|By Ryan Bickmore|
Sep 8, 2010
The description on this says sport, but the gear needed says trad gear. I don't know how to climb trad. can someone please clarify for me whether this is trad or sport.
|By Perin Blanchard|
From: Orem, UT
Sep 8, 2010
Corrected the type.