Type: Sport, TR, 50 ft
FA: Bruce Morris, Don Simmons 1992
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Access Issue: Trails are closed from sunset to 6:00 am. Details


A very nice, sustained, thin-face route. Well protected.

Crank a couple of moves on nice jugs that set you up for a strenuous first clip. Thin edging and smearing leads to a surprise "thank god" jug and a well-earned rest. Clip the third bolt and dance through the crimpy crux sequence. The difficulty backs off just past the fourth bolt, though you don't ever really get that top-out jug you are hoping for. Easy terrain leads to one more 5.9ish move just below the anchors (protected by the fifth bolt).


The obvious clean face about ten feet right of "Go I Know Not Whither". The furthest right route in the main Last Temptation area.


5 bolts to a two-bolt anchor

Walk around to the top of the cliff (trail on the left side of the crag) to clean your anchor draws.


Jeff Weinberg
pleasanton, ca
Jeff Weinberg   pleasanton, ca
Highly recommend bringing gear to elongate your anchor. Anchoring bolts are far back on the rock up top. Was a pretty sustained root and a good one at that. Dec 25, 2017
Joe Forrester
Palo Alto
Joe Forrester   Palo Alto
Pretty soft for the grade, probably closer to 10c/d, if that. Great climbing though. Mar 5, 2018
Bruce Morris
Soulsbyville, CA
Bruce Morris   Soulsbyville, CA
FA: Bruce Morris, Don Simmons 1992 Apr 26, 2018