|Type:||Trad, 1 pitch, 40'|
|Original:||YDS: 5.6 French: 4c Ewbanks: 14 UIAA: V ZA: 12 British: S 4b PG13 [details]|
|FA:||Tom Woodruff - 1988|
|Submitted By:||saxfiend on Dec 21, 2006|
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By Kevin Brooks Henry
From: Iowa City, IA
Feb 3, 2010
|great route, my first outdoor TR, it does feel like a little more that 40 ft though.|
Mar 21, 2013
|Awesome for practicing gear placement. There are a few bomber spots that you kind of have to look for. I was able to sink a couple of nuts and make a really solid TCU placement. Excellent teacher.|
By Dallas R
From: Traveling the USA
May 22, 2016
Bought GORP passes online. With fees it was $6 per person, or you could buy a small group pass for $12.50. I got the group pass just to avoid creating a second user id for my partner.
Gate was open parking area was full with 5 cars in it. Parked in the ditch across the street. We scrambled right of the wall to reach top rope settings. Huge tree for primary anchor, then redirected around other trees to target specific routes. Second anchor was set up on a bolder, had to extend it out to reach over the edge.
I am surprised that there are not more named routes here. Facing the slab we climbed the boulders to the left, the arête, an unnamed crack to the right of the arête, Steggo, then a meandering smear to the right of Steggo.