P1: Chocolate Corner.
P2: Nerve wracking stemming up the corner past a few bolts and small nuts and cams, head games.
P3: Amazing looking snaking thin hands splitter up a steep! wall with great exposure.
Off the top of Chocolate Corner.
Few bolts and small gear including nuts.
- I used 2 blue aliens, 1 yellow, 3 reds, a #2 camalot and stoppers #6-#11...possibly doubles.
|By David Trippett|
From: Squamish, BC
May 4, 2009
rating: 5.12 7b+ 27 VIII+ E6 6b
There are some loose pieces just after the traverse into the crack from the belay, be sure to let any climbers below to keep an eye out. This pitch is a little sandy, but really good. Like a harder version of Anunaki. Long slings at the start keep drag to a minimum. [third pitch]
From: Concord, MA
May 7, 2009
The pro i used: 2 red camalots, 3 green, 2 purple, 2 gray. [third pitch]
|By chris Kalous|
Feb 27, 2010
While its difficult to get on this thing because of the popularity of Chocolate Corner, this route is a total classic and should be on any hardman's, I mean person's, list. However, it would be unwise to climb above or below somebody on this route. There are a couple loose chunks on both pitches that could ruin somebody's day in a hurry. Bring a knife and new webbing.