Out of Sight
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One of the better routes here, this climbs an easy slab to a ledge midway before tackling the prominent steep arete near the left margin of the crag. Despite appearances the upper section goes at an easier grade than one might imagine and is quite enjoyable with good movement on solid rock.
This route originally started from the midway ledge via a traverse in from the left on loose holds, but more recently a 4 bolt direct variation was added making this a much more enjoyable venture.
8 bolts, 2 bolt sport anchor
Chris enjoying the exhilarating finish to Out of S...
Ryan nearing the top of Out of Sight.
Jason high above it all on Out of Sight (5.10b), 8...
Taylor near the top of Out of Sight (5.10b), 8000 ...
Starting up the overhanging arete on Out of Sight ...
Aaron on "out of sight"
|By Euan Cameron|
From: Redlands and Mammoth Lakes
Jun 14, 2009
rating: 5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- E2 5b
Best route at the crag. The upper section is really good.