Another hidden gem on the far right side of the south face. Pitch 1 is pretty short with a single bolt about 20 feet up. Pitch 2 is shown to end at the Oasis, but this may be difficult with a 60 meter rope. A gear belay can be built just past a small pine growing behind a flake. From here easy moves bring you to the Oasis rap station.
Left of Electric Boobs
Small to medium cams useful for building an anchor.
I think a bolt may have been added to the first pitch of this. Originally the first pitch went up to a bit of a bowel for the belay. I believe it already had an old bolt in it left by some rappelling effort in the past. We were wondering what kind of trouble we were climbing into on this one so we named it Pandora's way.
It was the second of three new route's put up one 3 day Easter Weekend when Tom and I were in high school. 1973 I believe. The first was Electric Boobs, second this route and third Mecury's lead.
There was a sketchy tree limb, basically imaginary pro but may have slowed you a bit if you fell, we tied it off for pro to get up into the bowl for the first belay.
Second pitch then led off up and left out of the bowel as I recall and had a hairy run out after placing a bolt 30 or so feet out from the belay.