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|Type:||Sport, 33 ft (10 m)|
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|Shared By:||Pal Pocsi on Nov 6, 2013|
A few easy moves up a slab get you situated under the first bolt. From here, it's another couple of easy moves to the second bolt which protects the crux section.
There are a couple of decent left hand holds and a positive edge for your right hand. Getting your feet sorted so you can stand up higher and reach the somewhat OK ledge above is the hardest part of the climb.
After you've managed to stand up on that little ledge, there are a few easy (but slightly runout) moves to the anchor.
This climb is a bit of a one move wonder but I find it to be quite challenging and enjoyable none the less.
The guidebook lists this route as VI+ (UIAA grading). This corresponds to a 5.10a Yosemite grade.