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Kenton making the thin crux moves onto the slab.
Begin up an interesting section on fractured rhyolite to a small ledge. Move up and left through a large scooped-out dish, then get some fun exposure as you make your way out and around the edge onto the face (crux). Continue up the positive face until the rock turns vertical; find the buckets and clip the chains.
Center-stage of the Black Wall, which is directly across the stream from the Main Wall.
6 bolts to a 2-bolt chained anchor
KP framed by the trees.
KP moving from one scoop to the next.
Kenton getting ready to head into the crux.
Jul 24, 2008
This route was bolted by rich strang. it's pretty fun and thin!
|By Marco Berry|
Jul 12, 2010
Gets thin around the 4th bolt. Seems to be rated a bit hard. Has a hold broken loose? Fun climb. Huge jug at the end is so delightful.
|By Daniel Trugman|
From: Los Alamos, NM / Stanford, CA
Sep 19, 2010
No holds have broken, at least in the last year or two. This is a really good climb, and it deserves more traffic than it gets.
|By Jason Halladay|
From: Los Alamos, NM
Oct 7, 2010
I climbed this last night for the first time in three years. I don't know why I don't climb it more often; It's pretty damn fun. And all the holds are as I remember them. I don't think anything has broken off.
The aluminum leaver biners I put up there three years ago are still there. The left one could probably stand to be replaced.