Type: Trad, TR, Boulder, 15 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Adam Stackhouse on Mar 10, 2007 with updates from Logan Swartz
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This namesake face route is on the left side of the obvious crack, climbing up the concave portion of the wall. It has a variation or two that can make it as hard as 11+.


Bolt for TR


Left: 10+ (right hand in bullet hole)
Center: 11+ (left hand in bullet hole)
Right: 11 (right of bullet hole)

Don't need a TR here.. its only like 9 feet tall... Jul 5, 2007
Rick K
Rick K   SD, CA
Some asshole recently took a hammer and chisel to the bullet hole in the Bullet Hole wall, it is now deeper and more positive than it was before. If you are unable to do the climb as it naturally is then commit to getting better, but please don't ruin it for the rest of us. Dec 29, 2009
Now I totally agree with you Rick K, it sucks that someone chiseled the pocket deeper, but your words do have a certain irony to them.... hmm Feb 10, 2011
Adam Stackhouse

  5.10+ V2
Adam Stackhouse    
  5.10+ V2
Funny Travis Feb 11, 2011
Cassidy Anderson
San Diego, CA
Cassidy Anderson   San Diego, CA
Fret not Rick K, the center problem can be done by completely eliminating the bullet hole.

I also have to say that all variations are about the same grade 5.10+/11- I feel the right is hardest for me. Feb 21, 2013
Chris Kehoe
5.10b V2
Chris Kehoe  
5.10b V2
The bullet hole can be left off without too much added difficulty. Sep 20, 2015