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Pulling pockets and knobs on the way to the anchor...
Begin at the left side of the rounded buttress below the large scoop and upper headwall. From a hard to see slot (for the left hand), climb an assortment of polished and sloping cobbles and edges to a very large coarse-grained inclusion. Continue up the lower angled slab to the aforementioned headwall. Pull the headwall on edges, a great inclusion, and shallow scoops & pockets, to an anchor above the ledge.
Left of the trail as the trail goes uphill into The Canyon. The left-most route on The Egg Cup buttress. Identified by a vertical 4-finger slot for the left hand about 5 feet above the base.
6 bolts & 2-ring Fixe anchor.
Climber at the start of "Slotterhouse."
"Slotterhouse's thin opening moves.
Perfect finger slot that is the namesake of "Slott...
Cimber working up the start of "Slotterhouse."
Jun 13, 2011
Quite a bit easier than Boneyard IMO...Also quite a bit looser
|By Chris Owen|
From: La Crescenta and Big Bear Lake
Nov 28, 2011
Crux is leaving the mid-way scoop - trust those inclusions!