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Climb right of tree, on porous rock, to large ledge. Pull through large dehidral, then traverse right onto face. Romp to top.
Starts right of mossy buttress, 20ft up & right from 'Small Nuts'.
From: Vancouver, WA
May 19, 2010
Caution! Watch your rope length. The first time we climbed this, what we thought was a 60m rope didn't quite make it all the way to the ground when lowering on belay (but it was only a matter of a few feet). The belayer needed to take a couple steps up the start of the route to get the climber to the ground. More recently however, (climbing with a brand new 60m rope) we had at least 10 - 15 feet of rope left with both of us on the ground.
|By Toby B|
Sep 10, 2010
I'm not sure what time of year this is likely to be an issue, but be aware that there's a small trickle of water that runs right over the crux holds and slimes up the lichen/moss that's on them. This can make for a pretty heady lead, since you have to traverse right through these moves and will swing a bit if you slip off.
If memory serves you can see this sludge from the ground so I'd look for it before heading up.