By JJ Schlick Administrator From: Flagstaff, AZ Sep 28, 2006
Another must do on the wall... Start in overhang/dihedral with underclings and a crimp on the left. Some strenuous moves will lead to easier climbing after the roof, though still sustained. The gear is very thin, or very spaced. A set of RPs wouldn't hurt, though larger pieces pop up now and then.
By CurtisG Aug 24, 2008 rating: 5.11a6c22VII+22E3 5c PG13
Gear is spaced AND thin. Bring all your small stuff and don't expect relief until entirely after the roof. Then get what you can in and finish up on the vertical crack systems with some thiner face holds. Good climb that stays in the 5.10 range for a good 45 feet of climbing and another 40ft of easier ledges to the tippy top.
By Tradoholic May 15, 2010 rating: 5.11a6c22VII+22E3 5c R
On my on-sight some FIBS dog came around the corner as I was 15ft up without gear yet and tangled his ass up in the rope.
My belayor: "WHO'S FUCKING DOG IS THIS?!?!!?"
FIB: "THAT'S MY FUCKING DOG!".
My belayor: "HE ALMOST PULLED MY BUDDY OFF THIS!"
FIB: "NO HE FUCKING DIDN'T!"
Witness': "Ummm....yea, he almost did."
From now on I will be giving Jedi mind control lessons at DL every Saturday ;)