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Anna halfway up Step Child (TR).
Approach flared vertical crack and follow up to roof. Continue, finding least resistence out right, or, opt for more exciting moves straight through roof.
At left side of Mordor alcove, between The Humbling & Grace
Bolts & Gear to 2"
BETA PHOTO: Stepchild topo
Erik on TR
May 27, 2009
props to the FA party for not bolting the short-lived hand crack. it also takes a #3 BD along with #2s.
From: Vancouver, WA
Mar 14, 2010
My climbing partner used a #2 cam between the 3rd and 4th bolts.
|By Brent Grenfell|
Apr 24, 2010
This is a fun route. You have positive hands the whole way up, as with everything at Ozone it's edgy and ledgie . I didn't place pro between 3rd and 4th bolts. If you get want there is a nice crack for BD #2.
| || |Step Child 3rd to 4th bolt
Submitted By: Brent Grenfell on Apr 24, 2010
|By Dustin Ebel|
From: Portland, OR
Feb 2, 2011
I climbed this last fall and really enjoyed the route. I didn't end up placing any gear but really liked the feel and the movement. The traverse under the small overhang and then climbing out it was the best part. I did throw off a few small pieces of rock that were on the ledge.
|By Colin Parker|
From: Idyllwild, CA
Jul 1, 2011
Agree with the others about the quality of this one. Didn't think it needed gear anywhere. Definitely one of the better moderates at Ozone and as good as Carrots for Everyone in my opinion. No move eclipses 5.9, however, and there are plenty of rests...