Follow the finger crack in the left-facing corner through a broken bulge and into a left-slanting off-fingers crack that widens before the anchor. This is a beautiful line that features continuous climbing with a few tricky sections.
The crack immediately right of Sig Sauer
Multiple .4, .5 .75, and a #2 camalot.
|By Luke Stefurak|
From: Mountain View, CA
Apr 18, 2013
Seemed like some of the flakes between the bottom crack and the final splitter were moving. A lot of things are keystoned in here and it seemed if the wrong one went a whole bunch of rock could come off. I put chalk X's on the ones that were moving. YMMV
This could also use about a 9 link chain and a couple quicklinks for the anchor.
|By Paul Irby|
From: moab, ut
Feb 22, 2013
F.A. Nathan Martin