The farthest left of the routes located just around the corner and uphill (to the east) of the buttress with Huston Crack and Aid Crack, at Cob Rock. This route climbs a slabby dihedral, then tackles an impressive, but easy 5 foot roof and finishes with perfect hands. No anchor, unfortunately, so you'll have to do a scary walkoff instead. Seldom climbed. Be careful of loose rock at mid-height.
Set of cams, heavy on #2 and #3.
|By Frances Fierst|
From: Manila, Philippines
Sep 10, 2002
The roof was a bit awkward, but it protects great. The jams are solid (at least for my hands) and there are also bomber hands after you get over the roof. The walk off is not so bad, either.
From: Boulder, CO
Jul 10, 2007
I thought this route was great- go out overhang and up the splinter crack. located to the left of Ms. Fanny Le Pump. Rack used: cams (BD)- #.5, #1, #2. Climbed to a rap tree up and left (climb through broken section of rock) 1 pitch, w Philo on 6/21/07 ...5.10-