Avg: 3 from 2 votes
|Type:||Sport, 50 ft|
|Page Views:||163 total · 4/month|
|Shared By:||Dustin Clelen on Jun 1, 2015|
We found this route to be far more varied than others in the Klanci area. it has a couple of crack moves, a little slab climbing, and of course, tons of limestone edges. Head up to, and then in, the large right-facing corner.
There is a place in the canyon where the gravel stops, and it would be very difficult to continue driving a car. There is a large gravel cul de sac where cars could turn around (though only service vehicle are allowed), and there are often picnic tables set up along the creek. The start on a small buttress just right of a large pile of rubble at the base of the wall. The buttress is about 40 meters uphill (right) of a large detached block leaning against the wall that has some harder routes going up the back side. There is a small sign bolted to the base of the route (see pic). This route climbs up to and along a right facing dihedral.