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Trad, 100 ft,
Avg: 2 from 12
FA: John Burcham, Dan Foster ~2002
> Northern Arizona
> Oak Creek Canyon
> 3. The Right Wall
This route was named both for John’s affection towards his new route and how Dan felt about seeing Burcham commit to the wild finishing sequence.
A decent pitch that gets better every time you do it. Starts in the same system as BFAM. Instead of heading left, move straight up passing funky moves and lone bolt. Continue scrapping up the crack and edges until the high ledge break. Save a 0 TCU or two, for the last bulging boulder problem. A .5 camalot for the last piece is a real treat!
To avoid the committing regular finish, you can now move right off the ledge to join Bootlegger if you are smart with your rope flow. Should bump up the quality of the pitch.