Type: Sport, 1000 ft (303 m), 11 pitches
FA: Curtis Mai & Todd McCray - 1994
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Shared By: Robert MacKinnon on Jun 13, 2008
Admins: MAKB, Rudy Peckham, Hank Caylor, Mauricio Herrera Cuadra, Ricardo Orozco

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P1: 5.8
P2: 5.9
P3: 5.9
P4: 5.9
P5: 5.10
P6: 5.10d
P7: 5.10
P8: 5.9
P9: 5.10
P10: 5.9
P11: 5.9

This classic route was bolted entirely on weekends (52 of them!) by a pair of South-Texan climbers. Watchout for the loose rock on pitches 9-11, especially when descending. I have witnessed huge rocks dislodged from there by climbers yarding on their stuck ropes. For that same reason I wouldn't recommend climbing below another party. A 60 meter rope to rap works fine. You may wish to consider using a rope-bag or flaking your rope over your shoulders when descending in windy conditions. The sixth pitch is awesome!


Starts behind and right of the pavillion and finishes atop a spire/gendarme.


Bolts with anchors.