Type: Sport, 60 ft
FA: Scott Ayers
Page Views: 1,168 total · 8/month
Shared By: Luke Bertelsen on Nov 4, 2007 with improvements by CASA Climbing Assn. of So. AZ
Admins: Greg Opland, Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick

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Description

Climb 3 bolts of vertical easier climbing with large moves between very good holds, then for the business. The top half of this route has quintessential Mt. Lemmon face climbing on par with the likes of Tsunami and Honker. Choose the best sequence through the quartz bands and scoops using some nice crimps and cool pockets, and you will find yourself at the last bolt with a bit of tricky climbing between you and the chains.

Location

This climbs the tallest section of wall on the back side of the Pharaoh. This climb is best accessed by driving past the Windy point vista and the Goosehead. There are two pullouts on the right past the Goosehead. I have approached this route by parking at the second of these two and hiking down hill toward the Pharaoh.

Protection

6 bolts to chains with steel biners

*Full hardware update Feb. 2015. All hardware courtesy of ASCA and CASA.

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