Avg: 3.9 from 8 votes
|Type:||Sport, 95 ft|
|FA:||Mike Snyder, 2013|
|Page Views:||617 total · 10/month|
|Shared By:||Mike Snyder on May 29, 2013|
|Admins:||Mike Snyder, Jake Dickerson, Taylor Spiegelberg|
Climb up onto the flake to clip the first bolt. Haul yourself up onto the layback flake and follow this feature for 50 feet to a decent rest and a chain anchor for a nice 5.10+. Continue on by solving a cruxy flaring hand jam to reach the perfect hand sized crack above. Yes, it would probably take gear but the rock inside was very soft so it received bolts like so many Dry Wall cracks. Steep and pumpy this will certainly be harder for sport climbers. Rejoice crack climbers! You can crush this 5.11 and get 5.12 points! (Unless of course you drank too much Single Malt the night before)
At the far right end of Dry Wall. Located in an alcove that faces down canyon and roughly 30' left of Plinko .10b.