Type: Trad, TR, 20 ft
FA: David Head, Mike Lewis
Page Views: 1,532 total · 14/month
Shared By: Ky Harkey on Apr 26, 2010
Admins: Hank Caylor, Matt Richardson, LeeAB Brinckerhoff

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Access Issue: Rule changes for pets and trail closures 30 minutes after sunset Details


Nice fingercrack. Short, but good.


Northeast face of the Grade A Boulder, just around the corner from Top Choice. Starts at the base of a tree.


Use small gear to protect and to set anchors. Anchor access 20 feet left of the route.


Tommy G.
Killeen, Texas
Tommy G.   Killeen, Texas
Almost a boulder problem, high octane offers up some great finger crack real estate and some interesting movement to pass the pod. Small gear. Plenty of gear anchor options at the top. Oct 6, 2014
Sam A.
San Antonio, TX
Sam A.   San Antonio, TX
Took a little bit to figure out the beta and how to work the feet, but once we locked down the Beta it was doable. Took some pretty thin gear for Cody to lead, sets up nicely as a TR with a few small cams. Mar 24, 2015
Jake Cantu
Jake Cantu  
Really awesome finger crack. Short and bouldery with really technical feet. The finger locks are super solid so just trust those feet! Oct 31, 2016
Managed to get this one first try on lead after blowing a left foot at the crux trying to place gear on toprope. Pretty stoked, my highest grade yet on trad (granted it's probably the easiest 11 in the park). It's all in the feet for sure although that two finger single knuckle lock is not an easy one to stick (painful too). Dec 30, 2017