Avg: 2.8 from 4 votes
|Type:||Sport, 300 ft (91 m), 4 pitches|
|FA:||Dutch, French, Ryan Williams|
|Page Views:||1,279 total · 10/month|
|Shared By:||Ryan Williams on Jun 9, 2010|
|Admins:||Tao Techakanon, Brian Boyd|
P1: 5.11a 110ft. You can begin on either Lois Lane or Mr. Phi Phi. Either way, pass the first anchor you come to and continue to the 32m anchor. The crux is the finish.
P2: 5.10d 70ft. Sustained climbing on wonderful pockets. Go right through the early crux, then climb pockets on the right with a lot of stemming. A crack on the left drew me to this line but the pockets on the right are better. You can safely climb it either way. Head left onto the grey rock at the obvious traverse. Take a deep breath, and calmly edge to the anchors.
P3: 5.10d 80ft. Another early crux that can be done several ways. Head up and right on a superb orange wall. Relax a bit and continue on sharp grey rock to a comfy belay. With long slings you could link the last two pitches.
P4: 5.10b 50ft. Go left from the belay on easier terrain and prepare for the final hard moves at the top. Belay at the ledge.
You are now at The Ledge Routes Sector. See "Baron Von Tok le Retour" for a description of this sector and the summit pitches.
Descent: Traverse right on the ledge to the rap anchor below the Ledge Routes. See descent for "Rev de Phi Phi Don."
- Seven Samurai
- Mr. Phi Phi
- Lois Lane
- Trong Pai
- Baron Von Tok
- Latitude Eight
- Brian Fagman