Type: Boulder, 18 ft
FA: Alex Krampovitis
Page Views: 397 total · 6/month
Shared By: FooDawg on Apr 1, 2014
Admins: Morgan Patterson

You & This Route

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This is a great introduction to highballs. The landing is pretty safe with pads and spotters. Could probably use more downed trees from around the area, to level out the slope a bit more, but what's there has worked great for us so far. All of the holds are great on this one, making this mostly a head game problem.

The line starts on the same start as all of the other climbs. It works right to the large open crack, and then up to the obvious horn/jug. You then work up the obvious crimps and into the L-shaped lip feature.

It is the yellow line on the beta photo...

Here is a beta video of it (I know my right hand isn't matched at start, proper start has hand match. It was repeated immediately with proper start):


All of the lines start on this wall have the same start hold. This line works out right to the obvious horn/jug and tops out through the large L-shaped corner. Walk off the back, right to the trail.


At least 4 pads would protect this quite well. A slider pad is nice to protect the back slab if you have one, but a spotter would do a better job.