The Corner [Edit]
Avg: 2 from 1 vote
|Type:||Trad, TR, 100 ft|
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|Shared By:||Ben Sebald on Jan 3, 2013|
This is the route furthest up hill on the easy, large, west facing cliff. It is the hardest of those climbs. Starting with a roof followed by a slab followed by several small roofs each leading into its own slab. It is an interesting challenge that takes some thinking to pull over 3 foot roofs on to slab (the key is to remember no power and all balance). It is on the edge of being belayed as a top rope with the belayer on the bottom. Easy access up to or straight off the top. I would suggest belaying from the top or trad. Once you clear about 50 feet the going get easy as there are no more roofs and three times the holds.
This is on the second set of cliffs near the observatory trail. I say near the the trial because it is off trial I would suggest some map and compass for your first time out.
This is all Trad. Topropes are best set up with trad gear. The best gear in the seam between the labs and the vertical north face that forms the corner. Smaller nuts work well and you can find gear in other places at time out to the right of the corner seam.