This line entices you with 3 feet of perfect splitter hands until you gain a ledge and stare up at the jagged gaping maw of the overhung offwidth you are about to plunge into, or plunge out of. The first 20 feet after the ledge isn't that bad. After that, it gets wide and really irregular, one side sticks out farther than the other, one side is really jagged, and it slants weirdly in the back. It's a great one to grapple with. Hard.
This is past S Crack by about 100-150 feet. It is left-facing.
2, 3, (2)4, (2)5, maybe (2) 6s.
Matt getting swallowed, trying to finish where I g...
BETA PHOTO: Fun times.
|Comments on Four-Wheel Low
|By Stewart M. Green|
Sep 5, 2006
This route is named Four-Wheel Low (5.10+). First ascent by Matt Lisenby, Kim Lisenby, and Pete Clark, 1999.
|By rob pizem|
Dec 7, 2012
This is a good adventure, and I suggest the #6. I didn't have one and wanted one badly. It got run out for me without one.
|By Sam Latone|
Aug 15, 2013
Looks way hard, but is there a line going up that thin corner right to the left of the climb?