Avg: 1.9 from 13 votes
|Type:||Sport, 70 ft|
|FA:||EFR, Jim Scott, '07|
|Page Views:||781 total · 6/month|
|Shared By:||1Eric Rhicard on Apr 26, 2007|
|Admins:||Greg Opland, Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick|
Access Issue: Portions of the approach and cliffs of this area are on private land. Details
In 2015, Access Fund acquired key privately owned access parcels when foreclosed on by the bank to keep it in climbing-friendly hands. Please park and camp on Access Fund property and take the new trail down. Please donate today ataccessfund.org/homestead to secure permanent access and conservation of the Homestead.
Short crack to a pretty dihedral with interesting moves. A lot of popcorn like stuff about 25 feet up but it does not negatively affect the experience. BE CAREFUL ON THE CLEAN AS YOU WILL SWING ALL THE WAY ACROSS THE COVE AND SMACK THE WALL OR THE CACTUS. Probably a good idea to stay clipped to your belayers side of the rope.
Just past the gully that separates Slate Nation from Finland in a small cove with a short saguaro on the left side. Also, a head high gray boulder at the back of the cove. Starts in a crack then angles left to dihedral.