Type: Trad, 65 ft (20 m)
FA: Don O'Kelley & Dave Davis, October 1970 FFA: (TR) Kevin Powell, 1977 FL: Craig Fry & Randy Vogel, January 1978
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Access Issue: Occupied Campsite Rule In Effect! Details


Thin crimping right off the ground gains a crack where the difficulty eases and good protection can be found; higher the crack peters out and a bolt is found to protect increasingly easier slab moves to the top.

  •  The name is a play on Bela Lugosi - the star of the classic 1931 horror movie "Dracula".


This climb lies 15 feet left of That Old Soft Shoe and is identified as a left-leaning thin crack starting about 15 feet off the ground.


1 bolt (3/8") [replaced 4/00 - ed.] and a selection of smaller wires/cams for the route with gear to 3 inches for the anchor.