Type: Trad
FA: unknown
Page Views: 287 total · 2/month
Shared By: Dean Cool on Aug 6, 2007
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

You & This Route

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Climb the center of the wall. Stoppers and cams, shuts. This is a great climb and a solid 5.8 all the way up. It is a trad route but shares anchors with "That 5.10a". So if you don't have gear, you can certainly top rope this climb.


Center of the Wall to the right of That 5.10a.


Stoppers and cams, to two shuts.


Peter Swank
Edinburgh, UK
Peter Swank   Edinburgh, UK
Great sustained climb. Solid placements all the way up, mainly mid-size. May 8, 2010
Owen Darrow
Owen Darrow   Garmisch,
Great for starting trad leaders. The crux is right at the bottom, and once you're past it, there are tons of nut and cam placements along the whole route. Nov 21, 2010
I disagree with this being a good beginner lead. The crux comes with the 0.5 placement a few feet below the climber's feet. There is decking potential there without an extremely attentive belay. One could finagle in an okay RP, but that's not exactly a common piece for a new 5.8 leader. It's fairly well-protected after the crux move though. Sep 23, 2018