The route offers a good diversion from your typical Creek corner climb. With a variety of sizes and moves it climbs more like a pitch you'd find in one of the bigger granite arenas than a featureless sandstone thrutch-fest. Find the right facing corner with a wide crack at the base. A wide, featured flare warms you up for an enjoyable section of hands/thin hands. Continue up the corner to a somewhat technical stemming crux, power up a beautifully "podded" stretch of steep hands, make a corner change and finish by cranking a small wide hands roof.
Which One's Pink? is about 50 yards past Learning To Fly. Look for a clean, right facing corner with a flare at it's base. A two bolt anchor with chains are found atop the climb but are not visible from the ground.
Singles of 3/4" to 1.25", Doubles of 1.50" to 3.5", include one each of #4, #5, #6 Camalots.
BETA PHOTO: The climb follows the clean corner on the left. Th...
|Comments on Which One's Pink?
|By chris Kalous|
Jun 10, 2008
Nice work. Nice plaque. Looked at this a few times and couldn't get anybody psyched to do it with me. Now I I can just climb it. Thanks for the effort.