This climb starts at the top of pitch 1 of pentapitch(or other variation you choose). Traverse right towards sasquatch on the big blocky ledges and halfway between the big tree of pentapitch and the big tree of sasquatch is a finger crack that takes you straight up. Hit a bolt, then traverse right over to the dihedral that is just left of sasquatch. Follow this up to the huge tier atop pentapitch 2.
Gear: Standard LCC rack with 70m rope or 2 60m ropes. Rap down sasquatch.
Oct 11, 2007
Everyone should do it.
Bolts replaced years ago by the asca.
|By Landon McBrayer|
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Jul 6, 2011
Very cool climb. Finger crack to slab to lieback corner. Also, the easiest 10d I've ever climbed.
|By Pete Spri|
Sep 8, 2011
rating: 5.10 6b 20 VII- 19 E2 5b
Fun route, suprised that it doesn't see more traffic.
Crack up to 1 bold, step right on a delicate move (crux) to a decent lip, then reach high or make an intermediate move to get some pro in. Easy from there on out.
Easier 10 for sure.
|By johnny utah|
From: Salt Lake City
May 15, 2012
rating: 5.10+ 6b+ 21 VII+ 20 E3 5b
Great route on the nose of the lower wall. Stellar climb in a stellar spot! Wandering out to the final bolt of Nubbins Direct after the layback section can set up some better visuals of the follower from a belay up top, will reduce some drag too.