Five bolts to a bolted anchor.
Located just right of Wild Dream.
quick draws only
BETA PHOTO: Wild Dream and Black Stallion
|By Russ Walling|
Sep 7, 2013
The anchors on this route do not seem to be on top, but about 10 feet down from the top. What's the deal with that?
From: Joshua Tree, California
Sep 9, 2013
I believe you can either rap from the anchors there (on top of B.S.) or finish to the top on Wild Dream....I think one finish on the upper headwall is plenty..
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|By susan peplow|
From: Joshua Tree
Feb 9, 2014
This route provides some steep, dynamic moves and well placed bolts. Final moves the color and quality of the rock change which possibly had something to do with the anchor placement. Save your rope, clip the anchors and come down. You don't need to dome out on this route. Want to hit the summit....do the neighboring route....once the bolts are replaced.
Feb 10, 2014
Nabbed an early lead of this one (although they all are at this point). The movement is good, but the rock brings the star count way down. Its bad enough when the crystals are so big they chew your tips like piranha, but when they come along for the ride embedded in your skin, it really brings the fun level down.
Had to take some of the starch out of my buddy KC so I now refer to this one as "Nightmare AKA Black Stallion".