Type: Sport, 365 ft, 2 pitches, Grade II
FA: Gary Anderson, Brian Spiewak and Chris Hubbard
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Great route, rivals long face climbing found in the Vegas canyons. Steep, technical, well protected, great climb in the 5.10 range. The pitches are long and sustained at the 5.9-5.10 range.


Shares the start of Leonids, but goes up slightly left.




Brian Overley
San Juan Capistrano, CA
Brian Overley   San Juan Capistrano, CA
Route has been chopped.
After 5 or 6 bolts, there is an intermediate rap anchor that still exists, but after that all hangers have been removed and their bolts hammered flat.
1/31/2010 Feb 1, 2010
Nathan Scherneck
Portland, OR
Nathan Scherneck   Portland, OR
Why was it chopped? Can it be naturally protected? Aug 16, 2010
Chris G.
Chris G.   Lakewood
Does anyone know If this route is still chopped? Feb 25, 2012
T.J. Esposito
San Diego, CA
T.J. Esposito   San Diego, CA
No it's been rebolted. Fun route, second pitch is more fun than the first IMO. Feb 27, 2012
Cameron Townsend
San Diego
Cameron Townsend   San Diego
Is this the route that starts at Leonids, but at the fork (3 bolts up) you head left-ish (12 o'clock) instead of continuing right up Leonids? Apr 10, 2013
Ben May
San Diego, CA
Ben May   San Diego, CA
This one is called MaÒana in the ACSD pocket guide. Is that a mistake? Feb 9, 2014
Josh Higgins
San Diego, CA
Josh Higgins   San Diego, CA
Ben, the route is named Manana, but with the formatting that's supposed to go over the n I think the publisher blew it and it wasn't caught in editing.... The ACSD guide's name for the route is a typo. Nov 19, 2014
nathan winicki
nathan winicki  
The bolt line continues past the second pitch, does anyone know what the upper pitches go at? Jul 13, 2018
Cesar Cardenas
San Diego, CA
Cesar Cardenas   San Diego, CA
Does the second pitch lead into one of the anchors of Leonids and then continue past it? It seemed wrong to merge back over to the right but I couldn't think of another way to go. Dec 27, 2018