This route ascends the center of the West face of the "Pyramid," another chunk of quartzite attached to Surpremacy Rock. The triangular West-facing block has 3 routes on it, the center of which is the hardest.
The West Face is a vertical route with few holds and less gear. It might as well be soloed, as the crux is not far from the ground and might be considered more of a boulder problem than a lead.
There is essentially no gear on the route, but the route is short and the crux is close to the ground. This Route might be considered more of a boulder problem than a lead.
|By Chris Zeller|
From: Boulder, CO
Jun 9, 2010
rating: 5.9+ 5c 17 VI E1 5a X
This makes a great toprope. Easy to setup on trees or gear from above. A little short.