Avg: 3.4 from 145 votes
|Type:||Sport, TR, 105 ft (32 m)|
|FA:||Mike Engle, Vernon Phinney, Howard Doyle -1985 Ground Up|
|Page Views:||8,823 total · 37/month|
|Shared By:||Anonymous Coward on Sep 30, 2001|
|Admins:||Peter Gram, Greg Parker, Mike Madsen, Mark Rafferty|
As this is a popular route, you can scope the route by just looking at the polished / rubbed off holds all the way up the rock fin. The first bolt is a bit off the ground; one may clip it off the boulder if desired. After that, continue up the steep face choosing the biggest & best crystals you can find. If I remember correctly, there might be a bit of a friction move here & there, but for the most part there are nice, positive holds all the way. I don't recall the exact bolt count, but there are lots of them & the climb is a full 100'.
Descent is by rappelling the face you just climbed. By angling to the climber's left a 60m rope should just touch down. If you've got a 50m trail a second rope.
For additional fun, the climb Jupiter Fly By may be TR'd by rapping to climber's right to the JFB anchors. In a pinch this would be an alternate descent if you're stuck at the summit with a 50m rope...