Avg: 4 from 1 vote
|Type:||Sport, 100 ft|
|Page Views:||175 total, 2/month|
|Shared By:||LeeAB Brinckerhoff on Oct 30, 2009|
DescriptionVery cool climbing on thin tuffa fins and pockets. Easy start to a bouldery crux then pumpy climbing on good holds with long reaches to the anchors. On the red-point you will wish the anchors were lower, they are a bit higher than they seem like they should be.
Climb easily up past 4 bolts to a rest then execute the crux moving right around the arete to another rest. Move through technical moves to a jug on the arete. Make a powerful move up then physical climbing out left then up and back right onto the obvious thin fin. Move up this to a spike hanging out of the roof. Rock hard right to jugs on the face. Contemplate why the anchor is not just to your left while you rest. Make about 4 or 5 moves up the face on sharp edges to the anchors.
Fun movement, both physical and technical in spots. While locals claim that this is a bouldery route it still packs quite a pump. Many fun holds and a nice runout to the anchors.
LocationThis route start off of the ledge that traverses out right onto the wall. It climbs the face up to a blunt arete feature and up to a small roof which is passed on the right.
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