Corner climbing with small roof. Involves jamming and stemming.
One can toprope the bottom half from the Plum Pudding anchors.
Major corner between Plum Pudding and Folsom Blues.
To 3". More in the smaller sizes.
Upper part of PBR (10b). (Photo from RCNW.net)
Lower part of PBR (10b). (Photo from RCNW.net)
|By geoff georges|
From: Seattle, Wa.
Aug 20, 2013
rating: 5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- 19 E2 5b
AUG. 2013 2) 1/2" SS bolts and Fixe hangers with chain at 100' top out of PBR.
I have heard from a few folks that climbed this that think it is harder than 10b. If you climb this, rate it here and maybe the consensus will clear this up. The start is strenuous layback, green/yellow Alien, flaring hand, tricky few moves to gain good hold, hands to fingers around bulge ( face holds for high foot) stump/dirt, then groove to stem over bulge, large crack out right, more stemming till easy upper corner to anchor
|By Sherri Lewis|
From: Sequim, WA
Sep 14, 2013
Fantastic addition to the mid wall! The upper third (from the tree stump up) isn't as clean as the start but once it is polished up with a bit more traffic and scrubbing this line is sure to become classic.