The Little Big Horn
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Firmly embedded in the sustained crux section just...
Begin at the top of a boulder with a small platform on top (Two bolt belay anchor). Clip the first bolt on a slightly overhanging face and make difficult / technical moves (12-)to a polished dish. Step up left into another dish and clip the second bolt. Continue on thin edges past two more bolts (5.11) and reach a horn at the base of a finger / hand crack. Relatively easy climbing leads to a bulging checkerboard patina face (5.9+). Small TCU's or stoppers / brass protect the final moves to the top. Exquisite rock!!
Quickdraws for four bolts, small to medium cams, and small stoppers. A two bolt rappel anchor is at the top of the route. Two ropes are required to reach the ground (140').
Just past the second bolt with more crimping in st...
|Comments on The Little Big Horn
Mar 22, 2004
Continuous through the first four bolts, although there are stances. Not dangerous, but it will get your heart pumping! 4 of 5 stars.
May 30, 2005
I would add that the second had better be solid. Even with a fairly tight rope my second hit the belay ledge popping off at the crux.