Type: Sport, 40 ft
FA: Scott Ayers, Richard Spencer, 1992
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Shared By: Arthur Sullivan on Sep 17, 2009
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Access Issue: Bridges Out! IMPORTANT LADWP NEGOTIATIONS!! High water release May 13, 2019!!! Details


Bouldery start past the first two bolts followed by great face climbing and a thin finish before the anchors.


3rd route from the right over the talus fan on the right side of lower elbow room.


5 Bolts, Bolted Anchors


Arthur Sullivan
Arthur Sullivan   Albuquerque,NM
Shares anchors with P.D. Time. The anchors are wearing thin from people toproping so please use your own equipment. The start of this climb may feel tougher for those with less reach. Sep 18, 2009
Zachary W
San Francisco, California
5.10a R
Zachary W   San Francisco, California
5.10a R
It should also be noted there is serious potential for groundfall on this climb. It's at least 15 feet from the second bolt to the third, though on relatively easy terrain. The guide claims bolts were added to prevent groundfall? Easy, but very scary knowing the rope wouldn't even be tensioned as you hit the ground. Jun 24, 2010
Berkeley + Sunny Slopes, CA
  5.10a R
old5ten   Berkeley + Sunny Slopes, CA
  5.10a R
i've got nothing against R rated climbs, but the bolting on this climb is weird. there is huge ground fall potential, which is okay and you're assuming that risk if you lead this route, BUT there are two relatively closely spaced bolts up on top (where the climbing is easy on jugs and you really don't need two bolts). it would be much better if that top bolt was placed about 6-8' above the 2nd bolt. nobody would miss the top bolt, a fall on the bolt just below would be fine, and there would be no decking potential. Jan 6, 2018