Follow a technical corner then move left and over the roof (crux). This is a very good climb and well worth doing. It even stays dry after a rain, so it should be doable whenever you get up there.
Follow trail to Orange Crush off of second parking lot. Near the top you will break right to New Wave. Sally's Alley is in the middle of New Wave wall.
7 bolts to LO. You may want to stick clip the first bolt, otherwise you may bounce off the ledge and keep on going, especially if the ledge is wet.
|Comments on Salley's Alley
|By lee hansche|
From: goffstown, nh
Jul 26, 2007
a really fun route that was both steeper and more challenging than it looked... i love the technical corner on the first half of the route...
May 22, 2012
Fun and really varied, will redpoint next go!
If it feels hard, just stem. I think that's what saved me! Easier than Barking Spiders to the left.
|By J Meagher|
Oct 27, 2013
rating: 5.11c 6c+ 24 VIII- E4 6a
My hardest flash ever, and my toughest ascent anywhere! Don't underestimate this thing though, even the easy looking beginning of the corner can be tricky, I almost peeled off there. Insecure stemming moves up the fun corner, and the really fun long move at the roof got me pretty pumped by the end. Nice varied route on great rock.
|By S. Neoh|
Oct 27, 2013
This route has a special place in my heart as it is the first .11 I ever led, after working the route for several weeks while being coached by a friend. Rated .11b BITD.
|By Eric Leclerc|
Feb 10, 2014
Well Soon, you had balls to do this one as your first 5.11 lead.
Even if BITD it was 11b, I would agree with the 11c of the guidebook.
It would be like going for Venus as your first 5.12 skipping all the easy 12a like Outcast, Vaporizer, Valley Daze, Cosmic Monsters...