Avg: 2.5 from 10 votes
|Type:||Trad, TR, 120 ft (36 m)|
|FA:||Michael Creel 1989/90|
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|Shared By:||Aron Quiter on Oct 2, 2004|
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Climbing is face action up to the crux, which is just after two parallel bolts (there for aiding), and is a hard and balancy one-move wonder. Calling the move 5.11c is probably a sandbag; the its probably in the low 12 range by current standards.
If you choose to aid the one-move wonder 5.11c route, this is an excellent 5.10b THAT IS NOT ENTIRELY A SPORT ROUTE. There is also the tricky grear-protected roof move at the top. Anyone at the .10b level that heads up the route with merely a rack of draws will be quite surprised at the final roof-crack move that appears just before the top anchors.
As for the .11c variation, the one move wonderosity of the route doesn't justify climbing the route.