Climb Waimea to the 3rd or 4th bolt, then break right to a crack, plug in a piece of gear or two, and follow the crack (though it's not really crack climbing), then up the slab and left to the Waimea anchors.
I found it to climb so close to the same as the regular route that it was like climbing Waimea (5.10d) again, which is nice, but I thought I would get a little crack climbing in.
Worthwhile if you like to change things up and you need to break in some trad gear, otherwise just climb Waimea.
Climb Waimea to the 3rd or 4th bolt then break right to a crack.
3 or 4 bolts and a set of TCUs or the like.
|By Ladd Raine|
From: Plymouth, NH
Sep 21, 2007
rating: 5.10c 6b 20 VII 20 E2 5b
When I did this route I used a red alien for pro and actually kept on going up to the top of All the Way-A, kinda a fun little variation-link-up-thing.