Avg: 1 from 2 votes
|Type:||Aid, 20 ft|
|FA:||Slater on lead '96|
|Page Views:||617 total · 4/month|
|Shared By:||Theron Moses on Dec 31, 2004|
|Admins:||andy patterson, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes|
The route is best aproached by scrambling down the ocean side of the rock. Once at the waters edge time the swells and hop onto the partly submerged starting rock. Watch out it is slippery, this is probably the crux. Clip the first bolt and go up the overhanging face. The bolts aren't spaced to far apart to make it dificult, but you can definitely feel the overhang. A Top Rope can be set with long slings from the massive metal staples or you can aid solo it(no belayer needed)and do laps. The exciting part when soloing is stepping off of the hangerless bolt when finishing.
Three hangered bolts and one hangerless are the pro. Bring a rivet hanger or a wired stopper for the hangerless bolt. The bolts are a bit rusty on the exterior but what do you expect for an oceanside route.