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Ascend the corner left of "Pumcat" to a ledge. Sneak up the right side of a tottering pillar of loose blocks, then plug a crack until you can reach right and clip the anchors on "Pumcat". Lead it if you want the "traditional" experience (and risk), or toprope it (with the belayer standing well to one side) if you don't feel like cheating death.
Standard gear rack, bolt anchor with rings atop "Pumcat".
BETA PHOTO: The cracks in the upper part of the route.
BETA PHOTO: The bottom of the route where there is not much pr...
|By Jay Eggleston|
May 8, 2013
I gave this route a star if it is done as a top-rope. I would not give it a star as a lead. The first half lacks protection. The upper half has a good crack for pro. The climbing is fun.