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This route is a fun hidden gem that does not see a lot of traffic. If you are bored with climbing the same old routes, check this one out.
Scramble up a short pitch of 5.2-4 to a large belay ledge below the LF corner. Climb the overhanging corner with liebacks and stems. The lieback section is protected by a #4 BD micro nut, so make sure you have a good directional so that you don't zipper your gear in a fall. Place a blue alien at the lip, and crank to the easier climbing above.
The crux corner is the obvious LF corner high on the right side of the wall.
Gear to 1 inch for the route, a #3 camalot is helpful for the anchor.
The two smallest ballnuts are useful for a directional at the start of the climb.
Kristin coming up. This is just after she crested ...
By Greg G
From: SLC, UT
May 5, 2015
A nice way to approach this is to climb batwings, and then find the rap station for "Pave Paradise". That puts you on the large midway ledge which you traverse 100ft to the start of this route. After which you can rap PP again to with a single 70m.