Left of Alan's Seam
is a very blank looking face that was created recently when a large section of the wall fell away. This pale white face was bolted up a couple of years ago and has turned into an improbable but very interesting climb. The climbing begins by powering up on the right hand arete for several moves before stepping over into the face. A delicate series of moves gains a horrizontal seam. Stay in balance! The move to make the last clip is done with no hands on the wall. Above the seam, the line can be finished on the right (easier) or on the left. This route poses an interesting mental game with fine, delicate footwork.