Avg: 3.4 from 8 votes
|FA:||TR: Chuck Buzzard 11d version: John Rich 1989, 12b: unknown|
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|Shared By:||Jon Rhoderick on Oct 1, 2012|
|Admins:||Nate Ball, Micah Klesick|
This colorful route had fallen dusty by the time we had found it. Our start was essentially right between the two noted in Watts's Guidebook, about 3 ft left of first bolt. Head up to a lieback feature, which can be chimneyed. Good edges pull onto the first face until bolt 3 or 4, where a strenuous mantel allows you to traverse right into the corner. If you can get through the first few moves in the corner it gets progressively easier finishing on fantastic patina-like jugs. Like any true 11d at Smith expect solid 5.12 climbing(about as hard as White Trash or T2BH), but the intimidating climbing under the first bolts deters many.