|Split creek cracks
to the right of "rusty pitons and mud for breakfast" is an ancient route with 2 old pitons
to the right of "rusty pitons and mud for breakfast" or just to the left at the bottom of the stairs by harkor tower
clip the piton as the second one is pounded too far in to clip and some small gear
|By Jeff J.|
From: Sioux Falls, SD
Nov 22, 2010
Sam S. and I came up with some really goofy names for this when we did this one(all of them had "piton" in the name). Piton Princess, Piton Borrachos, Don't Piton my Leg and Tell Me its Raining...you get the idea.